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Official World Golf Ranking: 50
Born: Wed,Apr 24,1991 - Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
Age: 29y 11m 28d, Nationality: MX
Height: 6', Weight: 150lbs
Home: Dallas, Tx.
College: University of North Texas
Turned Pro: 2013, Joined PGA Tour: 2015
Notes: Ortiz was born in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. He played at Guadalajara CC, the same home course where LPGA great Lorena Ochoa grew up playing. Is 10 years younger than Ochoa but recalls the work and dedication she put in on the range every day. He started to play golf with his father as a youth and picked golf over other sports because "it is the most challenging sport to play." He played golf with his younger brother Alvaro, who won the Latin America Amateur in 2018 and p...

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Carlos Ortiz

Ortiz was born in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. He played at Guadalajara CC, the same home course where LPGA great Lorena Ochoa grew up playing. Is 10 years younger than Ochoa but recalls the work and dedication she put in on the range every day. He started to play golf with his father as a youth and picked golf over other sports because "it is the most challenging sport to play." He played golf with his younger brother Alvaro, who won the Latin America Amateur in 2018 and played in the Masters first before his brother.
Carlos played college golf in the United States at the University of North Texas. At the 2011 Summer Universiade, he was on the team that won the bronze medal. He also played on the Mexico team at the Eisenhower Trophy in 2010 and 2012 (runner-up finish).
Ortiz turned professional in 2013. Later in the year, he finished T-15th at the Korn Ferry Tour qualifying school after playing in the first, second, and final stages, giving him fully-exempt status for the first eight events of 2014.
2014 Notes: Played 19 events, with the highlight coming in August when he became the first player since 2009 to secure a three-win promotion and only the 10th to do so since the promotion became available in 1997. Added two third-place finishes, had six top-10s, and eight top-25s while making 11 cuts. Led the money list for 19 consecutive weeks, from his first win in Mexico in April until Adam Hadwin overtook him at the season-ending Korn Ferry Tour Championship in September. With earnings of $515,403, missed being the year-long money leader by $14,389. Got his first career title with a four-stroke victory at the Panama Claro Championship in March. Week four's victory was worth $112,500 and quickly moved him to No. 2 on the money list. In April, he became the first Mexican-born winner of the El Bosque Mexico Championship. Posted a 2-over 74 and was T-72nd after the opening round. Fired rounds of 67-66 and took a share of the lead into the last day. Had a three-stroke advantage through No. 15 that was cut to one after bogeys at 16 and 17. Birdied the 18th hole to win by two over Justin Thomas. His second win of the season allowed him to overtake Alex Cejka for the top spot on the money list, a spot he would hold until the last tournament of the season. Capped off a record-setting regular season by winning the WinCo Foods Portland Open for his third win of the 2014 season. Carded an even-par 71 in the final round and finished at 14-under 270. PGA Tour promotion meant he would be fully exempt on the PGA Tour in 2015. Finished the Regular Season No. 1 in earnings.
2015 Notes: Had a successful rookie season in 30 starts, made the cut in 20 of them, and finished in the top-25 nine times. Had one top-10, T-9th at the OHL Classic at Mayakoba. Got to the FedEx Cup playoffs and finished 93rd in the rankings and 106th on the money list.
2016 Notes: Played in 29 PGA Tour events, making 10 cuts. Best finish T-17th at the Travelers Championship. Made his first major start at the U.S. Open missing the cut. Finished 172nd in the FedExCup standings. Played in the Korn Ferry Tour Playoffs, only made one cut in three starts, T-30th at the Nationwide Children's. At the end of the year was at Korn Ferry Tour Q-School and finished T-113th.
2017 Korn Ferry Tour Summary: Tournaments entered - 24; Rounds Played - 83; in money - 18; top -10 Finishes - 2; Scoring Average - 70.11 (rank 83rd); Season money $93,964 (rank 51st); Finals Money $28,400 (41st), Priority rank (58th); Best finish: T-8th Corales Puntacana Resort and Nashville Open.
2018 Korn Ferry Tour Summary: Tournaments entered - 24; Rounds Played - 86; in money - 19; top -10 Finishes - 4; Scoring Average - 69.35 (rank 8th); Season money $178,780 (rank 21st); Finals Money $16,556 (57th), Priority rank (33rd); Best finish: T-2nd at the Bahamas Great Exuma. Secured his return to the PGA Tour for the 2019 season by finishing 21st on the Korn Ferry Tour Regular Season money list. Was 33rd in final priority-ranking order.
2019 Notes: Played in 28 PGA Tour events, making 14 cuts with three top-ten finishes. Was 113th in the FedExCup Playoffs. Was T-3rd at the Sanderson Farms Championship, six shots back of winner Cameron Champ. Was T-9th at the Genesis Open. Shot a final-round 64 at the 3M Open to finish T-5th, four shots back of winner Matthew Wolff. In the FedExCup Playoffs was T-67th in the Northern Trust.
2020 Notes: Played in 22 PGA Tour events making 14 cuts with three top-ten finishes. Was 51st in the FedExCup standings. Was T-4th at the Sanderson Farms Championship, two shots back of the Sebastian Munoz/Sungjae Im playoff. Was T-4th at the Houston Open, three shots back of winner Lanto Griffin. Shot a final-round 66 at the Mayakoba Golf Classic to finish T-2nd, a shot back of winner Brendon Todd. Struggled after his return from the COVID-19 break missing five cuts in nine starts. In the FedExCup Playoffs, missed the cut at the Northern Trust, was T-25th at the BMW Championship, his best finish since the break.
2021 Notes: Earned his first PGA Tour title in his 118th career start, winning the Vivint Houston Open by two shots over Dustin Johnson and Hideki Matsuyama. Became the third player from Mexico to win on the PGA Tour and the first since Victor Regalado at the 1978 John Deere Classic. Became the second player from Latin America to win the Vivint Houston Open and the first since Roberto De Vicenzo of Argentina won his fifth and final PGA Tour title in 1968. Was T-8th at the Mayakoba Golf Classic. Finished T-14th at the Sony Open in Hawaii, but made back-to-back eagles in the final round to become the first player to eagle consecutive holes since Brendon Todd did it at the 2020 American Express. Held the 54-hole lead at the Farmers Insurance Open but shot 78 in the final round to finish T-29th. Next week shot a final-round 64 to finish T-4th, two shots back of winner Brooks Koepka at the Waste Management Phoenix Open.

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 200, Cuts Made: 121 (61%), Top Tens: 22 (11%) , Rounds: 626, Scoring Avg: 70.30, Career Earnings: $7,069,900 - Best Finish: 1st (4 times)
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