Jon Rahm’s 66-foot birdie putt to win playoff at BMW Championship

In the last round of the 2020 Champion, Jon Rahm sinks a 66-foot birdie putt on the par-4 18th hole, the very first in a sudden-death playoff with Dustin Johnson. DJ and Rahm are Nos. 1 and 2 in the Authorities World Golf Rankings and stay that method after this tournament.

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The PGA heads to Olympia Fields Country Club for the Championship, which marks the final opportunity to earn an area in the 30-man FedExCup Playoffs finale at East Lake. The field will feature the top 70 in the FedExCup standings, including two-time FedExCup champs Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy, plus defending champion Justin Thomas. Two-time BMW winner Dustin Johnson transferred to world No. 1 and took over lead in the FedExCup standings with an 11-shot success at THE NORTHERN TRUST. Can he take another step towards his first FedExCup title at Olympia Fields?

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Jon Rahm’s 66-foot birdie putt to win playoff at BMW Championship

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  1. Well deserved victory! Quite honestly the definition of clutch golf at it’s finest! I have made similar. But nothing compares to this one what a when for Rambo! Tough course and he made look easy! Well done win it all Jon!

  2. That man deserves every bit of this W. Six under today seemed impossible but to roll in a 60 footer to close the show is just filthy

    1. And the fact he made that mistake by not marking his ball and to make the putt in a playoff. I’m glad be won. Cuz if he lost by one stroke that mistake in round 3 would have given him nightmares.

  3. A 66-foot putt to win right after a 43-foot putt to TIE the hole before? What an EPIC finish on the PGA Tour! I don’t think I’ve ever seen something like this in golf! These guys are awesome! Only if they had a real audience to cheer this one! For the ages!!!

  4. What a huge putt to win the tournament … just massive. Not only the distance he had to cover, but to get the weight just right and allowing for the break … SUPER CLUTCH!

  5. Tremendous, fantastic, unbelievable putt to win! Well done sir…. very well done! The world of sport needs this now and for all time.

  6. Has to be in Top 5/10 greatest tourney winning putts ever when factoring in length, number of breaks, level of competition, importance of win…Amazing.

    1. Not only that if he went on to lose then that 1 stroke penalty he received would have haunted him for years cuz the media wouldn’t let him live it down.

  7. Man what an exciting end to a tournament! Best I can remember! Dustins putt wasn’t good enough John does this! Incredible!!

  8. I just started watching golf this season and honestly, this was the most amazing thing I’ve ever seen. The two best players in the world going head to head and draining 2 ridiculous putts. I’m a fan!

    1. @MikeBrownLegend#30 precisely. If THIS is the best he’s seen, then Tiger is gonna make his head explode.

    2. Moviify same, also started watching this season. I’ve been playing for 2 years, but I didn’t have the golf channel until now

  9. This is the second win DJ had taken away from him. This one and a few weeks ago with Morikawa. Both were just stellar performances. DJ definitely gets player of the year. He’s always there when it counts. He struggled a little after knee surgery and with the layoff with virus but bounced back beautifully.

  10. Had the crowds been there, the thunderous roar might possibly have been impossible to silence. It would not have been unthinkable either that DJ might even have 3-putted in the wake of Rahm’s stupendous one-upmanship spectacular.
    What a putt indeed! 👏👏👏

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