American Tony Finau held off the threat from Masters champion and world number Jon Rahm to win the Mexico Open on Sunday, shooting a final round 66 to win by three strokes from the Spaniard and claim his sixth PGA Tour title.
Rahm, the defending champion at Vidanta, put himself in contention after a 10-under course-record 61 in his third round on Saturday put him within two strokes.
But his four-under round of 67 on Sunday was not enough to close the gap on Finau, who produced a calm and solid bogey free round, completing a consistent week where he had shot 65, 64 and 65 before the final round.
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The Vidanta course in Puerto Vallarta is a happy hunting ground for Finau, who ended tied for second behind Rahm last year.
That result sparked an upturn in form for Finau,…