Talor Gooch won his third LIV Golf League title of the year on Sunday when he made a 15-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole at Valderrama for a 4-under-par 67 and a one-stroke victory over Bryson DeChambeau.
Gooch earned $4 million for the victory in Spain. Along with victories in Australia and Singapore, the former Oklahoma State player has now earned $13,376,583 in eight LIV events this year.
He also becomes the first player with three wins in the Saudi-funded rival league. Brooks Koepka and Dustin Johnson each have two wins.
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DeChambeau began the third and final round with a one-shot lead and twice extended it to a two-shot margin, the last time when they came around. Gooch caught him for birdies on the 10th and 13th holes, setting up the grand finish.
Both birdied the par-5 on the 17th. And then, on the final hole, Gooch rolled a right-to-left putt to deny DeChambeau, who finished with a 69.
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Koepka closed with a 68. He started three shots behind and quickly fell off the pace. Koepka, the PGA Championship winner, tried to stay in range until a bogey on the 13th hole ended his chances.
Gooch finished at 12-under 201.
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He previously won by three strokes in Australia, and then followed that up with a playoff win over Sergio Garcia in Singapore. Gooch had not played in a month prior to Valderrama because he was not exempt and did not enter the US Open.
He’s on the course for the British Open in three weeks. LIV Golf advances to its next event outside of London, where the series began a year ago.
On the team side, Joaquín Niemann and Sebastián Muñoz each shot 68 to lead Torque to a comfortable victory.