The 2017-18 PGA Tour schedule continues this week at the WGC-Mexico Championship played in Mexico City.
We will be tracking the action. Follow along below…
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WGC-Mexico Championship Tracker
UPDATE NO. 5 (7:15 p.m. ET): The day is over. Sharma is your 36-hole leader. More on the 21-year-old Indian player as well as a full Day 2 recap:
UPDATE NO. 4 (5:30 p.m. ET): Shubhankar Sharma is your clubhouse leader at 11 under after starting 65-66. Rafa Cabrera Bello is one back with two to play. Xander Schauffele is two back after posting a 68.
First-round leader Louis Oosthuizen is in at 7 under after a 71. Dustin Johnson is 6 under with three to play. Jordan Spieth is in at 5 under after a 67. Phil Mickelson is 5 under with five to play. Rickie Fowler is 4 under after a 70.
UPDATE NO. 3 (3:53 p.m. ET): DJ is still not human. He is six back at 3 under, though.
After Rafa Cabrera Bello reached 9 under to tie the lead, he bogeyed. So Schauffele is still the solo leader by one at 9 under.
UPDATE NO. 2 (2:30 p.m. ET): Xander Schauffele is your new leader. He birdies 14 and 15 to move out in front at 8 under. Then he stuffs it to 5 feet at No. 17 but can’t get the birdie putt to drop.
But he’s still 8 under and one ahead with 10 holes to play in his second round. Oosthuizen is solo second at 7 under, with nine holes to play.
Fowler is 4 under with 11 to play, and Spieth is 3 under with 10 to play. Dustin Johnson is 3 under after two holes in Round 2.
UPDATE NO. 1 (12:20 p.m. ET): The second round is underway. The leader, Louis Oosthuizen, just went off. And Jordan Spieth (-1) and Rickie Fowler (-3) are off in less than 20 minutes. So we’ll have plenty of action to update early.