"It's a little bit surreal," Ewart Shadoff said after the win while holding back tears. "I didn't know if this moment would ever come."
Tom Kim, who had a bogey-free week, became the first player since Tiger Woods in '96 to win twice on the PGA Tour before turning 21.
It took a year longer than he’d hoped for, but Jon Rahm is finally a three-time winner of the Spanish Open.
Jodi Ewart Shadoff has played 245 times on the LPGA Tour and never had a better chance at winning than now.
Patrick Cantlay came within one putt of a 59 on Saturday, instead matching his low Tour score and sharing the lead with Tom Kim.
No. 6-ranked Rahm, who entered the round two shots back, hit six birdies on an error-free day at Club de Campo Villa de Madrid.
Mito Pereira led a parade of players from the International team at the Presidents Cup in the Shriners Children’s Open on Friday.
Jodi Ewart Shadoff started out Friday as hot as she finished the day before at the LPGA Mediheal Championship.
Rahm, seeking a third Spanish Open title to equal Seve Ballesteros’ wins, followed his opening round of 63 with a 3-under 68.
Tom Hoge wanted to be sure to take advantage of pristine conditions Thursday morning in Las Vegas. He did more than he expected.