A little more than a year ago, Brendon Todd was thinking about giving up golf after being beaten down by a long battle with the full-swing yips. He was stuck in a miserable slump that at one point saw him miss 37 of 40 cuts and plummet outside the top 2,000 in the world. Instead of quitting, he worked his way back, and two weeks ago in Bermuda found himself shooting a closing 62 en route to the second victory of his career and first since 2014.
And now he has another.
Todd won the Mayacoba Golf Classic on Monday morning, wrapping up the final four holes of his final round, to post a closing 68 and beat Vaughn Taylor, Adam Long and Carlos Ortiz by one stroke.
More updates to come.
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