Not many Mexicans have played in the Masters Tournament: four have combined for six starts before this year.
And never has more than one teed it up in the same Masters. So it is quite a thrill for the country to have two of its native sons — Abraham Ancer and Carlos Ortiz – among the 88 players in the field this year.
“You know, it’s awesome,” Ancer said Wednesday. “I think it speaks to where Mexican golf is headed. I think it’s in a good spot. Obviously we want to have more and more . . .