On Sunday at the Mexico Open at Vidanta, PING & Titleist Player Tony Finau, who has been one of the hottest players in the last year, had a showdown with the reigning Masters champion and World No.1 golfer, Jon Rahm. Despite being the runner-up to Rahm at the same event a year ago, Finau emerged victorious this time by beating Rahm head-to-head with a final-round score of five-under 66. This was Finau's fourth victory since tying for second place in 2022.
Finau's victory marked his sixth career PGA Tour win and made him one of the few multiple winners this season, alongside Rahm, Max Homa, and Scottie Scheffler. Finau finished with a remarkable 24-under 260 aggregate total, setting a new record for the event. He has won four out of his last 18 starts, which spans over 280 days, and has a total of five wins in his last 41 starts. It's worth noting that Finau needed 188 starts to register his first victory, and now he has become one of the most consistent and successful players on the tour.