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Jon Rahm now has three PGA Tour titles to match his three European Tour titles after storming to victory in the Bahamas.
Rahm began the final day at 13-under-par, tied at the top with Tony Finau and Henrik Stenson. But a Sunday 65 from the Spaniard, bettered only by Patrick Cantlay’s 64, saw him finish four clear of Finau in 2nd place.
It was a stellar display from Rahm, who moves up to World No. 6.
“I can say I ball striking-wise my game is where I want it to be,” Rahm said afterwards. “It was perfect today.”
Justin Rose shot a 65 of his own to finish 3rd, while Stenson’s 71 earned him solo 4th.
At the other end, Tiger Woods finished 17th in the 18-man field, but he’ll be delighted that for the first time since 2013 he has managed to go an entire year without withdrawing from a tournament. His next scheduled appearance is the Genesis Open in February.
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