27 May '14, 11pm

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DUBLIN, Ohio -- Carlos Ortiz sees this week at the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide Insurance as something of a reward. The 23-year-old from Guadalajara, Mexico has already won twice on the Web.com Tour, and he leads the money list with $365,469. But this week at Muirfield Village, the soft-spoken Ortiz gets taste of the life he'll have in a year as one of The 25 who graduate to the PGA TOUR. "It's a new experience, and I'm just going to try to enjoy it, not try to put any pressure on me," Ortiz said. "And it's a bonus for me. "Right now I'm playing the Web.com Tour and that's my focus, and that's how I'm saying it's a bonus for my great playing this year." Ortiz, who graduated from North Texas with a degree in International Studies, is particularly pleased to make his PGA TOUR debut in the tournament hosted by Jack Nicklaus. "I always look up to him as a player...

Full article: http://www.pgatour.com/content/pgatour/tourreport/2014/05...

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