Hero World Challenge: Jon Rahm comes away with win, Tiger Woods finishes in 17th

first_img“The round wasn’t very good starting out. It was quite awful,” Woods told Golf.com . “Somehow turned it around and got rolling a little bit, got to even par for the day somehow. Made a mistake there on 17, but overall it was a long week.”Henrik Stenson registered a fourth-place performance while Patrick Cantlay placed fifth. World Ranking update for this week: “Justin Rose could return to No 1 this week by finishing in a three-way tie for 2nd, or better.” Rose is currently in a three-way tie for 2nd.— Rex Hoggard (@RexHoggardGC) December 2, 2018Tiger Woods had an underwhelming outing. He finished in 17th, only beating out Hideki Matsuyama. Jon Rahm claimed a victory in the 2018 Hero World Challenge, and he did it in style. The 24-year-old shot 7-under 65 in round 4, edging out Tony Finau by 4 strokes.Justin Rose looked impressive towards the end, but he could only manage a third-place finish. Rose matched Rahm by also shooting 7 under in the fourth round. According to Rex Hoggard, Rose could have ascended to first in the world rankings if he finished in a three-way tie for second or better.last_img

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