Pablo Larrazabal Wins Playoff for Sixth DP World Tour Title

Pablo Larrazabal is celebrating another title after a three year drought…

The 38-year-old Spanish professional golfer outlasted Jordan Smith on the second playoff hole to come away with the title at DP World Tour‘s MyGolfLife Open, which was held at the Pecanwood Country Club in Haartbeespoort, South Africa on Sunday.

Pablo Larrazabal The pair had been locked on 22 under-par with another Spaniard, Adri Arnaus, after 72 holes, but the latter dropped out of the playoff after the first hole.

Briton Jordan, who carded a 65 on Sunday, found the rough on the second and two-putted to allow Larrazabal to claim his sixth tour win and first since 2019.

South African George Coetzee (64) carded the joint low round of the day to finish alone in fourth on 21 under par.

Rafa Cabrera Bello Outlasts Adri Arnaus to Claim Spanish Open

Rafa Cabrera Bello is finally back on top…

The 37-year-old Spanish professional golfer sank a birdie putt on the first playoff hole to seal a dramatic victory on Sunday over compatriot Adri Arnaus, giving him his first tournament win in over four years at the Spanish Open.

Rafa Cabrera Bello

Cabrero Bello and Arnaus were neck and neck for much of the day and ended it at 19-under for the tournament. Cabrera Bello then held his nerve after a fine approach shot on the first playoff hole — the par-four 18th — to make birdie as Arnaus could only manage par.

Frenchman Julien Guerrier, India’s Shubhankar Sharma and Scot Grant Forrest were all two shots back at 17-under, finishing tied for third.

World No. 1 and home favorite Jon Rahm, who was chasing a hat trick of titles at the event, endured another frustrating day as he carded a two-under 69 and 13-under overall that gave him a share of 17th place.

Cabrera Bello, the overnight leader, began the round with a double-bogey on the par-four first but found his touch on the back nine, making three straight birdies starting with the 13th that gave him a two-under 69.

Arnaus, on the other hand, made eagle on the 14th but could only par his last four holes to end with a round of 67.

The title was Cabrera Bello’s fourth overall on the European Tour while it left Arnaus still searching for his maiden win.