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Here’s when players will be competing in the second round of the PGA Tour’s Mexico Open.
Mexico Open: Rd. 2
Fri, Feb 23
3:00PM EST
PGA Tour
Peacock
Fri, Feb 23
4:00PM EST
Mexico Open at Vidanta - Rd 2
PGA Tour
Golf Channel
Fri, Feb 23
10:30PM EST
Honda LPGA Thailand - Rd 3
LPGA Tour
Golf Channel
Fri, Feb 23
10:30PM EST
LPGA Honda Thailand: Rd. 3
LPGA Tour
Peacock
Sat, Feb 24
4:30AM EST
Magical Kenya Open - Rd 3
DP World Tour
Golf Channel

SIGHTS AND SOUNDS

Check out the best shots and moments from the first day of action at the Mexico Open at Vidanta.
Learn more about the significance of the Mexico Open at Vidanta to the region of Vallarta and its people.
Cristobal Del Solar speaks with Golf Central’s Damon Hack about his score of 65 at the Mexico Open at Vidanta, just two weeks after putting up a 57 at the Astara Golf Championship.
Brandel Chamblee breaks down Collin Morikawa’s iron swing noting Morikawa’s slow and controlled takeaway.
Legendary caddie Jim “Bones” Mackay talks about reprogramming his mind to cover the game on TV, working with Justin Thomas, previewing the the Mexico Open at Vidanta and more.
Damon Hack joins Golf Today from the Mexico Open at Vidanta, describing the atmosphere of the event and the layout of the course ahead of the action in Nuevo Vallarta.

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