Jon Rahm won the Genesis Invitational, finishing two shots ahead of Max Homa and Patrick Cantlay.
Why it matters
Rahm's victory marks his fifth win in his last nine worldwide starts and his 10th PGA Tour title, one more than his compatriot and idol Seve Ballesteros. The win also returns him to the top of the world rankings, overtaking Scottie Scheffler.
What the papers say
All sources report on Rahm's victory and his return to the top of the world rankings. They also mention his recent success, with five wins in his last nine worldwide starts and his 10th PGA Tour title. The sources differ slightly in their focus, with some highlighting Rahm's performance in the final round, while others focus on his overall success this season.
How we got here
Rahm's victory at the Genesis Invitational follows his wins at the Farmers Insurance Open and the Waste Management Phoenix Open earlier this year. He has been in excellent form recently, with five wins in his last nine worldwide starts. This victory marks his return to the top of the world rankings, overtaking Scottie Scheffler.
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Jon Rahm Rodríguez is a Spanish professional golfer. He is the current world number 1 in the Official World Golf Ranking, having first achieved that rank after winning the Memorial Tournament in July 2020.
John Maxwell Homa is an American professional golfer who plays on the PGA Tour. In college, he won the individual 2013 NCAA Division I Men's Golf Championship. As a pro, he has won the 2019 Wells Fargo Championship and the 2021 Genesis Invitational.