Abraham Ancertrying to become the first Mexican player in 40 years to win the US PGA title, took a one-shot lead into Monday’s final round of the Dell Technologies Championship.
Ancer opened with three birdies on his way to a six under par 65 on Sunday at the TPC Boston course to stand On 13-under 200 for 54 holes, one stroke ahead of England’s Tyrrell Hatton and American Bryson DeChambeau.
It was Ancer’s lowest round since a third-round 65 on his way to a share of fifth place at July’s Candian Open, among four top-10 showings in 28 starts this year for the 27-year-old who holds dual US and Mexican citizenship.
“It has been a fun week. I hit the ball really good today, especially,” Ancer said.
From Online Sources