3 Best Shots: WGC-Mexico Championship


The world number 1, Dustin Johnson, finished at 14-under to capture the first World Golf Championship in Mexico. Despite missing 16 putts inside of 10 feet, Johnson was able to hold off Tommy Fleetwood, who finished at 13-under. This is Johnson’s 6th win since the beginning of last year and 2nd in his last two starts.

Ross Fisher and rookie sensation, Jon Rahm finished T3 at 12-under. Rounding out the Top-5 are Thomas Pieters and Justin Thomas, who both finished at 11-under-par.

This week was filled with great shots and a ton of hole-outs. To wrap up the coverage in Mexico City, here are the best 3 shots from the WGC-Mexico Championship.

Drinks On Justin Thomas

Despite a frustrating final round, Justin Thomas does have good memories to look back on from his trip to Mexico. Thomas recorded the shot of the tournament at the 232-yard Par-3 13th, recording his 21st ace of his lifetime.

It is only fitting to watch Thomas’s ace in Español.

Rory McIlroy’s Hole-Out

McIlroy, who is playing in his first tournament back since his rib injury, had a solid showing down in Mexico – finishing T7 at 10-under.

McIlroy had one of the better hole-outs of the week at the Par-4 14th, holing his approach shot from 152 yards.

Jordan Spieth Shows Off Short Game

Spieth recorded three rounds of par or worse, but a Saturday 63 helped him to a T12 finish. Spieth had many hole-outs this week include back-to-back on the Par-5 15th and Par-4 16th.

Here is a clip of Spieth’s creative pitch shot on the 16th, which he holed for a birdie.

Credits: PGA Tour, Getty Images


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