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PGA Tour: Patrick Reed wins the World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship

02/24/2020

PGA Tour: Patrick Reed wins the World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship

Patrick Reed clinches the victory the World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship on the PGA Tour coming out on top of Bryson DeChambeau in second place.

Patrick Reed reigns victorious at the PGA Tour´sWorld Golf Championships-Mexico Championship. The American scored a final round of 67 at Club de Golf Chapultepec. He finishes in front of Bryson DeChambeau in second place and Jon Rahm and Erik Van Rooyen who sit tied for third place. Reed finished the World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship with a total score of 18 under par.

Rory McIlroy, currently number 1 in the world golf ranking, ends the tournament in 5. position. The Northern Irishman documented a final round of 68 at Club de Golf Chapultepec. With a total score of -14 he finishes 4 shots behind the leader.

Tyrrell Hatton, currently number 31 in the world golf ranking, condludes the tournament in T6. rank. The Englishman registered a final round of 68 at Club de Golf Chapultepec. With a total score of -13 he finishes 5 shots behind the leader.

Paul Casey, currently number 21 in the world golf ranking, condludes the tournament in 11. rank. The Englishman documented a closing round of 70 at Club de Golf Chapultepec. With a total score of -11 he finishes 7 shots behind the leader.

Tommy Fleetwood, currently number 12 in the world golf ranking, ends the tournament in T18. position. The Englishman documented a final round of 69 at Club de Golf Chapultepec. With a total score of -6 he is 12 strokes behind the leader after the World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship.

Lee Westwood, currently number 30 in the world golf ranking, finishes the tournament in T22. place. The Englishman took home a final round of 70 at Club de Golf Chapultepec. With a total score of -5 he is 13 strokes behind the leader after the World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship.

Matthew Fitzpatrick, currently number 24 in the world golf ranking, finishes the tournament in T37. rank. The Englishman posted a closing round of 70 at Club de Golf Chapultepec. With a total score of -2 he finishes 16 shots behind the leader.

Danny Willett, currently number 32 in the world golf ranking, completes the tournament in T42. place. The Englishman documented a closing round of 72 at Club de Golf Chapultepec. With a total score of -1 he finishes 17 shots behind the leader.

Robert MACINTYRE condludes the tournament in T42. position. The Scotsman took home a concluding round of 69 at Club de Golf Chapultepec. With a total score of -1 he is 17 strokes behind the leader after the World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship.

The World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship is part of the PGA Tour. The tournament is held from February 20th until the 23rd of February 2020 at Club de Golf Chapultepec in Mexico City. This year a total prize money of $10,500,000 will be paid to the players. The winner receives $1,745,000.

For the WGC - Mexico Championship the best 50 players from the OWGR, the top players from the different tours and the highest ranked available Mexican player are qualified. It is the first of four World Golf Championships this year.


Top-5 Leaderboard: World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship

PosNameTodayTotal
1Patrick Reed-4-18
2Bryson DeChambeau-6-17
T3Jon Rahm-4-15
T3Erik Van Rooyen-1-15
5Rory McIlroy-3-14

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20 Feb

02/20 – 02/23/2020

PGA Tour: World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship 2020

Club de Golf Chapultepec – Mexico City

  • Prize money: $10,500,000
  • Defending champion: Dustin Johnson
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