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Born: 1991-02-27, McAllen, Texas
Nationality: mx
Height: 5'7, Weight: 160lbs
Home: Norman, Oklahoma
College: Oklahoma
Turned Pro: 2013
Joined PGA Tour: 2016
Official World Golf Ranking: 61
Notes: Was born in South Texas but grew up in Reynosa, Mexico, where he lived until age 14. Parents are both natives of Mexico and he has dual citizenship in Mexico and the United States. He played college golf at Odessa College and the University of Oklahoma, from which he graduated in 2013. During his one year at Odessa, Ancer was a first-team All-American and finished in a T-2nd in the Junior College National Golf Championship. At Oklahoma, he saw his most success during hi...

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Abraham Ancer

Was born in South Texas but grew up in Reynosa, Mexico, where he lived until age 14. Parents are both natives of Mexico and he has dual citizenship in Mexico and the United States.
He played college golf at Odessa College and the University of Oklahoma, from which he graduated in 2013.
During his one year at Odessa, Ancer was a first-team All-American and finished in a T-2nd in the Junior College National Golf Championship. At Oklahoma, he saw his most success during his first year, winning twice while having the sixth-lowest scoring average in Oklahoma history of 72.03. During his entire career, he ended up 2nd in all-time scoring average and ended up with the third-most birdies (352) in school history.
Ancer turned professional in 2013. In December 2014, he T-35th at the Web.com Tour Qualifying School final stage.
2015 Notes: He played on the Web.com Tour, where he finished runner-up at the Brasil Champions in March and won the Nova Scotia Open. In 25 events made 11 cuts and had just those two top-tens and was 11th in the regular season race, which got his PGA Tour card. At the Nova Scotia Open was able to beat Bronson Burgoon with a birdie at the 2nd playoff hole.
2016 Notes: struggled on the PGA Tour playing in 19 events only made 6 cuts, best finish T-18th at the FedEx St. Jude Classic. Was 190th in the final FedExCup race. Played in 8 events on the Web.Com Tour and was 143rd on the money list, best finish was T-14th at the Chitimacha Louisiana Open.
2017 Notes: Played on the Web.Com Tour, got off to a good start with a pair of top-tens in his first four events. Was T-5th at the Bahamas Great Exuma and 4th at the Panama Claro Championship. Had a pair of runner-up finishes, first lost in a playoff with Lanto Griffin at the Nashville Open then the next week was 2nd again at the Utah Championship 1 shot back of winner Brice Garnett. Had his 3rd runner-up finish at the WinCo Foods Portland Open again by blind luck to Brice Garnett but this time was 4 shots back. Secured his PGA Tour card for the 2017-18 season with a third-place finish on the 2017 Web.com Tour Regular Season money list.
2018 Notes: His first career top-ten came with a T-9th at the OHL Classic at Mayakoba. Was T-8th at the Houston Open and had his best finish ever with a T-4th at the Quicken Loans which earned him a spot in the Open Championship which will be his first start in a major championship.

Player Career Chart (for all results recorded on all Tours in GOLFstats)
Career at a Glance: Starts: 123, Cuts Made: 71 (58%), Top Tens: 16 (13%) , Rounds: 381, Scoring Avg: 70.36, Career Earnings: $3,489,947 - Best Finish: Nova Scotia (1st)
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