Abraham Ancer is a well-known Mexican professional golfer. Abraham Ancer is best known for winning the 2018 Emirates Australian Open and the 2021 WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational.
Table of Biography
Early Life and Childhood
Abraham Ancer was born on February 27, 1991, in McAllen, Texas, United States. He is currently 31 years old and he holds Mexican nationality.
Likewise, Abraham follows Christianity while his birth sign is Pisces. Also, his ethnicity is Hispanic.
Moving on to his family members, he hasn’t revealed any information regarding his family, early childhood, and siblings. However, he grew up in Reynosa, Mexico.
In terms of his educational status, he joined Odessa College after completing his school-level education. After college, he attended the University of Oklahoma and graduated there in 2013.
Professional Life and Career
During his college years, Abraham began playing golf. He also competed in golf for his university, winning twice and having the sixth-lowest scoring average in Oklahoma history (72.03).
He finished second in all-time scoring average and third in all-time birdies (352) at the institution. Likewise, he began his professional career in 2013.
He tied for 35th place in the Web.com Tour Qualifying School final stage in December 2014.
In 2015, he competed on the Web.com Tour, finishing second at the Brasil Champions in March and winning the Nova Scotia Open in July.
Similarly, he earned a PGA Tour card for the 2016 season by finishing 11th on the regular-season money list. In fact, he struggled in his debut year, finishing T-18 at the FedEx St.
Jude Classic as his best finish. He finished 190th in FedEx Cup points and was forced to return to the Web.com Tour after failing to keep his card for the 2017 season.
Moving on, he has five top-5 performances on the 2017 Web.com Tour, including three runner-up finishes,
which helped him clinch his PGA Tour card for the 2018 season by ranking third on the regular-season money list.
He placed 9th in the OHL Classic at Mayakoba, 8th at the Houston Open, 4th at the Quicken Loans National, 5th at the RBC Canadian Open,
and 7th at the Dell Technologies Championship during the 2018 season. The Quicken Loans National was part of the Open Qualifying Series,
and his strong performance earned him a spot in the 2018 Open Title. He won US$1.7 million on the PGA Tour and finished 60th in the FedEx Cup.
Furthermore, he made a strong start to the 2018–19 season, finishing in the top five at both the CIMB Classic and the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open.
After a week, he won the Australian Open by five strokes, and a week after, he represented Mexico in the World Cup of Golf.
His victory in the Australian Open earned him a spot in the 2019 Open Championship.
Also, he finished second at the Northern Trust in August 2019 and tied for 21st in the Tour Championship after the year. He received $478,000 in FedEx Cup bonus money as a result of this.
His outstanding performance in 2019 earned him a spot on the Presidents Cup International squad for 2019. The tournament took place in December 2019 at the Royal Melbourne Golf Club.
The United States defeated the Internationals by a score of 16–14. Ancer had a 3–1–1 record.
Likewise, his lone defeat came in the Sunday singles when he lost 3 & 2 against Tiger Woods, the United States’ playing captain.
Before the tournament, Ancer informed the media that he hoped to play Woods in singles. “Abe wanted it, and he got it,” Woods remarked afterward.
Moreover, he was runner-up in the 2020 RBC Heritage, shooting 21, and earned $773,900.
Similarly, he had the highest Driving Accuracy (82.1%) and Greens In Regulation percentages in the event (90.3 percent ).
Moving on, he finished second at the Wells Fargo Championship in May 2021. Rory McIlroy is one stroke behind.
He competed in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in late July/early August, ending in a tie for 14th place with Norway’s Viktor Hovland after shooting 12-under-par over the four rounds of the Men’s Tournament.
Also, the following week, he won the 2021 WGC-FedEx St. Likewise, he became the 4th Mexican golfer to win on the PGA Tour and the first on the European Tour with the victory.
Abraham Ancer – Net Worth 2022
Ancer, being a professional golfer, has earned a pretty handful amount of money. According to online resources, he has an approximate net worth of $10 million US dollars.
Regarding his personal life, he is currently in a romantic relationship with his long-term girlfriend, Marcela Cantu. Marcela is a professional actress.
The couple keeps a low profile regarding their relationship. So, it is not known how they first met each other. However, he often uploads his girlfriend’s picture on Instagram.
Abraham Ancer – Body Measurements
Enhancing his body measurements, Ancer is a tall and attractive guy. He has maintained a fit and athletic body being an athlete
Talking of his height and weight, he is 5 feet 7 inches or 1.7 meters tall and weighs around 70 kg or 155 pounds. Likewise, the golfer has dark brown hair and a pair of dark brown eyes.
When it comes to his social media availability, Ancer is available on Instagram and Twitter. He has over 143k followers on Instagram and more than 34.8k followers on Twitter.