Jon Rahm is crowned champion of the Mexico Open

The Spanish Jon Rahm conquered the Mexico Open at Vidanta. The Basque dominated the tournament held in Vallarta from start to finish, after finishing with a Score of -17, in four rounds.

His best round was the first day of the tournament, when he finished with a card of 64 strokes, seven strokes under par; From then on, the number two in the world remained the leader, with a second day of 66 hits, a third round of 68 and a last day with 69, in a field that scored 71 hits.

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The last round of the Mexico Open

In an exciting round four Jon Rahm He showed why he is No. 2 in the world and closed out in extraordinary fashion, beating Americans Brandon Wu and Tony Finau by only one stroke below them.

The Iberian golfer signed a final card with -17, above Tony Finau, Kurt Kitayama y Brandon Wuwho finished with -16.

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