WGC Mexico Championship Round 3 European Tour 2020 9 2020-02-22 2020-02-22 https://www.thesportsdb.com/images/media/event/thumb/hcw7mn1581352065.jpg https://www.thesportsdb.com/images/media/event/poster/6ra4ah1581352054.jpg The WGC-Mexico Championship (Spanish: WGC-Campeonato Mexicano) is a professional golf tournament hosted at the Club de Golf Chapultepec in Mexico since 2017, and is one of the four annual World Golf Championships. The Club de Golf Chapultepec is a tree-lined parkland course with tight fairways and undulating terrain, built approximately 1.36 miles (more than 7,800 feet) above sea level, which results in much longer ball flights than other golf events. In 2017 and 2018 it continued to be held in March, which meant it interrupted the PGA Tour's "Florida Swing", but in 2019 it was moved to February to follow events on the West Coast and precede the tournaments in Florida. The 2019 event was sold out due to being Tiger Woods' first professional appearance in Mexico. Spain’s Jon Rahm fired a career-best 61 – which included a hole-in-one – to charge up the leaderboard at the WGC-Mexico Championship, where Justin Thomas will take a one-shot lead into the final round. 674573