Two months after beating Tiger Woods at the Ryder Cup, Jon Rahm won his hero`s tournament on Sunday (December 2), surging to a four-stroke win at the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas. Rahm started the final round tied with Tony Finau and Henrik Stenson but turned it into a one-horse race with a seven-birdie seven-under-par 65 at Albany on the island of New Providence. He finished at 20-under 268, while American Finau (69) birdied the last to claim second place on 16 under. Englishman Justin Rose (65) was another shot back in third. Swede Stenson faded with a 71 to finish six shots back in fourth place in the elite 18-man field. Finau hung within striking distance of Rahm until a poor tee shot at the 14th led to a double bogey and pretty much sealed the deal for the Spaniard. Rahm`s victory is unofficial on the PGA Tour, though the tournament awarded world ranking points. Tournament host Woods finished second-last, a distant 19 strokes behind Rahm.