Australia’s Cameron Smith outduelled top-ranked Jon Rahm down the stretch this past Sunday to win the Tournament of Champions in record-shattering fashion.
World No 1 Jon Rahm fired a course record-equalling 12-under par 61 to grab a share of the third-round lead in the Tournament of Champions on Saturday.
Cameron Smith shook off two early bogeys to card a nine-under-par 64 on Friday and push his lead at the Tournament of Champions to three strokes over top-ranked Jon Rahm and Daniel Berger.
Cameron Smith rolled in two long eagle putts on the way to an eight-under-par 65 and a one-shot lead over world No 1 Jon Rahm and two others in the Tournament of Champions on Thursday.
Two-time Major winner Collin Morikawa could overtake Jon Rahm for the world No 1 ranking by winning the US PGA Tournament of Champions, which tees off on Thursday in Hawaii.