Buenos Dias! The PGA Tour climbs Trump's wall and heads South of the Boarder to the land of cheap cerveza and duffel bags full of heads! Not only does this week's WGC-Mexico Championship mark the second time time the world's best golfers tee it up in Mexico, it's also the first World Golf Championship of the year. 
I wasn't always pretty, but a late rally by world number one Jordan Spieth has kept him in contention, after three rounds of the Emirates Australian Open. Spieth made four bogies in a sloppy front side 36 and looked to be fading out of a challenging position heading into Sunday's final round.  "I made a couple of bad swings and a couple of bad decisions," Spieth said. "Not many pars." But the reigning Masters and U.S. Open champion stormed back with three birdies and an eagle to shoot 31 on the inward nine.  His 4-under par 67 moved him into second place and within three shots of leader Matt Jones of Australia.