Rahm had chances to close it out in regulation and again on the first playoff hole, but missed makable putts. He then won on the fourth playoff hole by rolling in a 12-footer for birdie. The putt capped a relatively strong day on the greens that saw Rahm post a .990 strokes gained/putting mark on the day with his TaylorMade Spider Tour Red putter.
Jumping to No. 2 in the world with the win, Rahm seemingly took control of the tournament with a 210-yard tee shot on the par-3 13th that settled two feet from the cup. He followed that up with a 68-yard lob wedge to four feet for another birdie at the 14th.