This article is part of our Weekly Recap series.
Both major golf tours came to an end of sorts Sunday. The RSM Classic signaled the final PGA Tour event before the traditional holiday break, while the European Tour's 2018-19 season finally concluded with DP World Tour Championship.
And the winners could not be more disparate.
Tyler Duncan — 30 years old, 5-feet-8, 150, and ranked close to 400th in the world — took down Webb Simpson on the second playoff hole on St. Simons Island, Ga., for an out-of-nowhere maiden victory. Meanwhile, Jon Rahm — barely 25 years old, 6-2, 220, and one of the elite players in the world — birdied the final hole to edge Tommy Fleetwood and win the season-long Race to Dubai.
Let's start with Rahm.
Like we said, Rahm just turned 25, and now he's up to No. 3 in the world following his third win of 2019. He still has a ways to go to overtake both Brooks Koepka and Rory McIlroy to get to No. 1, but that vision just got a whole lot clearer. The one thing that has been holding Rahm back more than anything else is his temperament, and he has done a great job in getting that under control.
Which is why all signs now point to 2020 being the best year of the Spaniard's still-burgeoning career. Rahm has not won a major, and among all the things you need to happen to win one, keeping your composure is high on the list.
Rahm performed well in the