Norway’s Viktor Hovland defended his title at the Mayakoba tournament in Mexico on Sunday, then won four wickets to win his third PGA Tour.
The 24-year-old finished under par 67 in the final at El Camaleon golf course until he finished the tournament with a record of 23 under par.
Hovland started the day with a two-point pointer and grabbed Carlos Ortiz of Mexico, who was five yards at 66 out of seven holes.
Justin Thomas is the third American.
World Player of the Year 2021 finished 18 again under the same age as teammate Scottie Scheffler.
When asked if he had the best week as a pro, Hovland replied: “I thought I would.”
The 17-year-old had a lot of fun in Mexico, playing in the football hired by American James Hahn after breaking it before the first round.
On Saturday Hovland also won the PGA Tour with 62 points.
“I played golf in a week,” he said. “I hit it well, I got it high and low, it takes a lot of pressure from the length of your game.
“I have made great progress and I hope to be able to continue like this.”
Hovland was his second title of his this year, having won the BMW Open European International Tour in Munich in June, where he currently holds the top seven U.S. championships. PGA in 2021.