South Africa's Erik van Rooyen, the 2011 Pine to Palm medalist, tied for third place at the World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship in Mexico City Sunday, Feb. 23.
Spain's Jon Rahm tied with van Rooyen at 15-under 269. Rahm shot 67 one day after setting a course record with a 10-under 61, while van Rooyen shot 70.
Patrick Reed picked up the victory with a 4-under 67 on Sunday to win by one shot over Bryson DeChambeau.
Friday was a big day for van Rooyen, who matched the then-course record with a nine-birdie, 62 on his 30th birthday. His short game was solid early, having chipped in three times over the first two rounds, twice on Thursday and once on Friday.
"When you shoot nine-under everything's going well," van Rooyen said. "What a way to kick off the 30s."
Reed matched van Rooyen's nine birdies Friday, though the former Masters champion also added a bogey.
Reed carded five birdies and one bogey on his final trip around Chapultepec Golf Club to finish at 18-under 266. The victory is the eighth of Reed's career.
The third place finish was van Rooyen’s best ever finish and best score to par in his PGA career.
(Field Level Media contributed to this report)