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Max Homa wins Farmers Insurance Open as Jon Rahm misses out on PGA Tour three-peat  

In the final round, amidst a series of fiercely competitive superstars that kept the top of the table changing hands, Max Homa was the brightest.
Max Homa wins 6th career title after winning Farmers Insurance Open

Max Homa is one of the golfers representing the US team at the Presidents Cup in October and is a well-known name in the international golf village thanks to his perseverance, not afraid to face failure. Since turning pro, Homa's career has not been easy as he twice lost his PGA Tour membership card and had to return to Korn Ferry to find a chance to play in the oldest tournament system. world. And winning the Farmers Insurance Open is a worthy fruit for Homa's journey of efforts.

Max Homa's last 5 titles all played out according to the same scenario: playing hard and taking every opportunity to turn the situation around. And at the Farmers Insurance Open, Homa leveled a five-stroke lead from the top of the table, and rose to seal the victory with a birdie putt on hole 9.

As for Sam Ryder, after holding the lead after 54 holes, the 33-year-old golfer got a double bogey on hole 15 and fell off the top of the table, sadly finishing the week with a T-4 (75).

Jon Rahm, who entered the finals in second place, with ambitions for a third straight win, struggled on the final day. Luck also did not smile on Rahm when his top form could not help him achieve his goals. Hit 74 in the final round, Rahmbo finished with a T-7 position, and marked his fourth consecutive top 10 in four starts in the 2023 .

Highlights Round 4 Farmers Insurance Open 2022

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