Ancer: Mexico’s world number 20 affirms jump to LIV Series

Ancer: Mexico’s world number 20 affirms jump to LIV Series

Ancer: Mexico’s world number 20 affirms jump to LIV Series

Jun 17, 2022; Brookline, Massachusetts, USA; Brooks Koepka plays his shot from the eighth tee during the second round of the U.S. Open golf tournament. Mandatory Credit: John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports

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  • Abraham Ancer becomes the furthest down the line player to formally leap to the LIV Golf Invitational Series.
  • The world number 20 will be in a 48-man field at this year’s event in Portland, Oregon on 27-28 April.

Ancer, victor of one PGA Tour title, joins a developing rundown of top golf players, including six-times significant boss Phil Mickelson.

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Ex-world number one Dustin Johnson and large hitting previous U.S. Open boss Bryson DeChambeau, to sign with LIV Golf.

Prior on Tuesday, ESPN revealed that previous world number one Brooks Koepka had likewise joined the LIV Series however there has been no authority declaration up to this point.

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“Abraham Ancer has been a rising star who’s laid down a good foundation for himself as one of the world’s top golf players in an extremely brief timeframe,” said Greg Norman, LIV Golf CEO and Commissioner.

“He is a reliable competitor which keeps on lifting our opposition.

“Abraham’s worldwide reach and star power in Mexico and Latin America makes him an extraordinary fit for LIV Golf, which is focused on developing the game on a worldwide scale, especially in new and developing business sectors.”

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The LIV Series will play its originally United States occasion in Portland, Oregon from June 30-July 2 at the Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club clashing with the PGA Tour’s John Deere Classic.

Bankrolled by Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund (PIF), LIV Golf held its most memorable occasion in London this month which was won by South Africa’s Charl Schwartzel who taken the $4 million award – – the greatest check in golf history.

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