Four stanzas to Jon Rahm’s victory at the Masters hinted that everything had gone his way during the weekend.

But if a Super Bowl victory in the tight end position hadn’t contributed, the gap between the Spaniard and his toughest competitors, Brooks Koepka and Phil Mickelson of the LIV Golf Tour, may have been even wider.

Although Rahm was the embodiment of the necessity to claim his second career major at Augusta National and his first green jacket on Sunday’s final round, Rahm’s final title match could not have begun any worse.

Rahm saw some unusual struggles during his opening round on the first hole after making four putts for a double-bogey on the well-kept green on the first hole.

Masters 2023: The Best Augusta PhotosAfter winning the Masters Tournament on Sunday, April 9, Jon Rahm poses with the trophy during the Green Jacket Ceremony.

Rahm celebrates his victory on the 18th Green.

Patrick Cantlay makes his putt on the fifteenth green in the championship round on Sunday.

In the final round, Mickelson responded to the 18th green.

In the final round, Viktor Hovland putts on the fifth green.

On Sunday, Brooks Koepka continued his swing from the eighth strike in the continuation of the third round that was delayed due to rain.

Since Tiger Woods withdrew from the competition on Sunday, the advertisement table was changed.

Sam Bennett watches his putt during the third round on the 12th green on Sunday.

On Sunday, Patrick Cantlay prevails in the third round.

Tiger Woods debuts in the 18th round of the zweiten Runde am Samstag, den 8. April.