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Turned Pro In
LIV debut

Mexico’s top ranked golfer turned pro in 2013 and recorded three wins - including the 2019 Australian Open - before joining the LIV Golf League. In 2024, Ancer won his first LIV Golf individual title - LIV Golf Hong Kong - beating Cam Smith and Paul Casey in a playoff.

Known for his consistency, especially off the tee, Ancer reached a career-high world ranking of 11th in 2021 and has represented his country in a variety of international team competitions. He was part of the Mexico team at the 2020 Olympics and is credited as a key figure in growing the game in his homeland.


Greatest influence on golfing career?
My father
Golfer you most admire? Seve Ballesteros. I just loved the way he played the game
Number of holes-in-one? 14
If you could play any course in the world, it would be … Royal County Down
Golf achievement you’re most proud of? Playing the Presidents Cup 3-1-1
Round of golf you’ve enjoyed the most? Presidents Cup partnered with Marc Leishman vs. Justin Thomas and Rickie Fowler
Your perfect golf shot? When the ball does exactly what I pictured in my routine
If you could acquire one trait from another golfer, what would it be? Hitting my driver 320+ like Bryson, DJ, Brooks (I’m not picky)
Shot that gives you the most difficulty? Downhill fairway bunker
Most interesting thing about being a professional golfer? The amazing places, food, cultures we get to experience

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