Jon Rahm wins after long day at CareerBuilder Challenge

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Jon Rahm wins after long day at CareerBuilder Challenge

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Jon Rahm wins after long day at CareerBuilder Challenge

The 2017-18 PGA Tour schedule continues this week at the CareerBuilder Challenge, based in La Quinta, Calif.

We will be tracking the action. Follow along below…

How to follow the action:

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CareerBuilder Challenge Tracker

FOURTH PLAYOFF HOLE (NO. 18)

THIRD PLAYOFF HOLE (NO. 10)

SECOND PLAYOFF HOLE (NO. 18)

FIRST PLAYOFF HOLE (NO. 18)

UPDATE NO. 8 (7:03 p.m. ET): Andrew Landry. CLUTCH.

He curls in this birdie putt at the 72nd to force a playoff with Jon Rahm. BOOM. Extra holes are coming…

UPDATE NO. 7 (6:52 p.m. ET): Rahm can’t get that putt to drop, as it slides by on the right edge. But he taps in for a 5-udner 67. He’s in at 22 under. A one-shot lead as Andrew Landry plays 18. Coming down to the wire!

UPDATE NO. 6 (6:42 p.m. ET): Jon Rahm still holds a one-shot lead. He’s 22 under at the 18th and just knocked one to 15 feet. A birdie here could seal it. Andrew Landry is 21 under and playing the par-3 17th.

UPDATE NO. 5 (5:33 p.m. ET): Jon Rahm birdies 13 and 14 to move to 22 under. That gives him a one-shot lead over Andrew Landry. Those two are in the clear from the rest, as nobody else is better than 19 under.

Landry is through 13.

UPDATE NO. 4 (4:32 p.m. ET): Jon Rahm and Andrew Landry are tied for the lead at 20 under now. Three other players are tied for third at 19 under.This one is going to be tight. Full top 10 leaderboard…

UPDATE NO. 3 (3:50 p.m. ET): Now a four-way tie for the lead with Martin Piller joining the party at 19 under.

UPDATE NO. 2 (3:45 p.m. ET): We now have a three-way tie for the lead. Landry, Jon Rahm and Scott Piercy are on top at 19 under.

UPDATE NO. 1 (3:11 p.m. ET): Andrew Landry leads at 20 under early in the final round. Martin Piller is one back at 19 under early in the final round. Both are midway through the front nine.

Austin Cook was actually tied for the lead minutes ago, but he went in the water off the tee at the par-5 fifth on the way to double bogey while Landry birdied. Cook is now three back.

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