Hero World Challenge 2018 - Round 4

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Jon Rahm wins third title of the year.
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December 3, 2018
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PGA Tour

Hero World Challenge 2018

November 29 - December 02

Albany, New Providence, Bahamas

$3,500,000

November 29 - December 02

Albany, New Providence, Bahamas

$3,500,000

Round 4

Jon Rahm wins third title of the year

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Round 1

Round 2

Round 3

December 02, 2018

Jon Rahm started his round in a three-way tie with Henrik Stenson and Tony Finau but took the lead on the 8th hole and never gave it back. Tony Finau hung on until he double-bogeyed the 14th as Rahm birdied to take a five-shot lead.

This was Rahm's second full year as a pro and he once again finishes with three victories.

''I hope I keep winning three times every year,'' Rahm said. ''Still wouldn't get to what Tiger's done in 20 years, but it would be pretty impressive.''

Tournament host Tiger Woods closed with a 1-over 73 to finish 17th in the 18-man field, 19 shots behind Rahm, his biggest gap this year.

''Overall, it was a long week, but one that I hope the players enjoyed."

Tony Finau enters the top-10 in the World Rankings for the first time this week at number 9.

Henrik Stenson, who was still only one-behind at the turn, only made one birdie on the back nine and finished fourth.

Pos.
Player
Nat
To Par
R1
R2
R3
R4
Total
1
Jon Rahm
ESP
-20
71
63
69
65
268
2
Tony Finau
USA
-16
72
64
67
69
272
3
Justin Rose
ENG
-15
70
70
68
65
273
4
Henrik Stenson
SWE
-14
68
66
69
71
274
T5
Patrick Cantlay
USA
-13
65
70
76
64
275
T5
Rickie Fowler
USA
-13
72
67
67
69
275
7
Dustin Johnson
USA
-12
68
67
72
69
276
T8
Alexander Noren
SWE
-11
69
69
70
69
277
T8
Gary Woodland
USA
-11
72
66
67
72
277
T8
Xander Schauffele
USA
-11
73
68
66
70
277
11
Patrick Reed
USA
-10
65
77
66
70
278
T12
Bryson DeChambeau
USA
-8
70
71
71
68
280
T12
Bubba Watson
USA
-8
69
73
69
69
280
T12
Justin Thomas
USA
-8
70
70
70
70
280
15
Keegan Bradley
USA
-6
71
69
72
70
282
16
Jason Day
AUS
-5
71
72
70
70
283
17
Tiger Woods
USA
-1
73
69
72
73
287
18
Hideki Matsuyama
JPN
Par
74
68
71
75
288
Pos.
Player
Nat
To Par
R4
Total
1
Jon Rahm
ESP
-20
65
268
2
Tony Finau
USA
-16
69
272
3
Justin Rose
ENG
-15
65
273
4
Henrik Stenson
SWE
-14
71
274
T5
Patrick Cantlay
USA
-13
64
275
T5
Rickie Fowler
USA
-13
69
275
7
Dustin Johnson
USA
-12
69
276
T8
Alexander Noren
SWE
-11
69
277
T8
Gary Woodland
USA
-11
72
277
T8
Xander Schauffele
USA
-11
70
277
11
Patrick Reed
USA
-10
70
278
T12
Bryson DeChambeau
USA
-8
68
280
T12
Bubba Watson
USA
-8
69
280
T12
Justin Thomas
USA
-8
70
280
15
Keegan Bradley
USA
-6
70
282
16
Jason Day
AUS
-5
70
283
17
Tiger Woods
USA
-1
73
287
18
Hideki Matsuyama
JPN
Par
75
288

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