Through rain, downed trees and extended Sunday play, Jon Rahm used a strong final round to win the 87th Masters at Augusta National Golf Club.
This is Rahm’s first career Masters win, adding the second of four races to his career win list. He won the US Open in 2021. He is also the second player from Spain to win two different majors, joining legend Seve Ballesteros.
Rahm shot a final-round 69, which included four birdies, to finish at 12-under.
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Meanwhile, Brooks Koepka fell apart on this long Sunday.
He held a four-shot lead over the rest of the field when he returned to Augusta National to finish his third round that was called off due to inclement weather on Saturday.
Koepka shot a 73 for his third round, but Rahm shot the same score to remain four shots behind him. However, Rahm remained consistent in all aspects of his game, while Koepka began to see inconsistencies in his final round.
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He shot 3-over on the front nine, bogeying holes 4, 6 and 9. His back nine was riddled with birdies and bogeys alike as he finished with a final-round 75 to finish 8-under for the week.
Phil Mickelson finished shooting a 7-under 65 to end his week at 8-under, moving up 18 spots in the standings on Sunday.
Mickelson was all smiles as he birdied five of his back nine holes for a 31, and that came after posting a 34 up front with three birdies and a bogey.
Mickelson, along with Koepka, is one of the big faces of LIV Golf, which was a big talking point heading into the Masters. The civil war between the PGA Tour and LIV Golf did not affect Masters invites, and there were others like Patrick Reed (T-4th) who finished at the top of the rankings when all was said and done.
Jordan Spieth also made a final round push on Sunday when he jumped 16 spots from his third round with a 66 over his last 18 holes. This came after Spieth shot a 76 to lose his position in the leaderboard after the third round, but he was determined to find his way back into the race.
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Spieth had a total of nine birdies in his final round, but all three of his bogeys also found themselves on the scorecard. That includes one on the 18th hole to end his tournament.
Aside from the big names, amateur Sam Bennett was a nice story all week after he posted back-to-back rounds of 68 to not only make the cut, but also be in the running for the green jacket.
Bennett’s streak came crashing down when he shot 76 in the third round, but despite scoring a bogey on the 18th hole for a final round 74, he was overcome with emotion as the crowd gave him a standing ovation.
Bennett finished tied for 14th after shooting 2-under for the week of his life.
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In the end, a hectic Masters week ended with the No. 3 World Golf Ranking golfer in Rahm returning to first place with a victory he will never forget at Magnolia Lane.