Carlos Ortiz (MEX) had a great round on day three of the Farmers Insurance Open in San Diego, California.
After shooting rounds of 72 and 68 today he continued to improve and shot a round of 66, six under par in total and 10 under par accumulated. Ortiz had the fewest bogeys in his PGA career after three days; he had one today.
If he wins his second tournament tomorrow, Carlos Ortiz would place first in the PGA ranking, something that no other Mexican has done.
But it is not so easy because he will go out with Patrick Reed (USA), who was inconsistent today. He had four birdies (or better) in the first 9 holes but had four bogeys and one birdie in the back nine. He closed the round two under par and tied with Ortiz at -10 but tomorrow is another day and you have to remember that the first day he shot 64.
There are several players tied for third place with low shots: Sam Burns (USA), Lanto Griffin (USA), Viktor Hovland (NOR), John Rahm (ESP) and Adam Scott (AUS).