That secured his World Golf Championship debut in Mexico City via the top 10 on the European Tour's Race to Dubai and the 31-year-old from Hexham made the most of his opportunity in an elite 64-man field competing for a winner's cheque of $1.2million from a prize fund of $7.2million.
One of Johnson's biggest highlights this year was the drive he hit 432 yards, 6 inches on the 433-yard 12th hole at Kapalua, which he won by eight shots.
During last year's FedExCup playoffs, Rahm donated $1,000 for each birdie and $2,000 for every eagle to Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.
One of the intriguing aspects of the Mexico Championship is the thin air and the long ball. I've got a lot of chances this year, especially in the WGCs and majors. "To be up there playing so well and competing with guys like this is fantastic".
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Oosthuizen took advantage and moved ahead by holing a five-foot eagle at the 15th, with Schauffele birdieing two of his last four holes to close a blemish-free card and join Paisley on six under.
"My putting was really good", Paisley added. "And I didn't really have anywhere to miss it coming out of where I was". As soon as I hit it I knew I hit a good shot. It was a very, very tough putt, nearly two feet of break on that putt. "I was very nervous in the morning, but very happy with the way I put it all together", Sharma said after sticking his approach to two feet for birdie at his final hole. "I've got a nice little cut going, and it's nice to be able to just aim left and swing away", Oosthuizen told Golf Channel. He and Paisley were one stroke in front of Spain's Rafael Cabrera Bello and Thailand's Kiradech Aphibarnrat, both in the clubhouse on five-under 66.
Rickie Fowler and Spaniard Sergio Garcia lead a group of five players bunched up at 3-under.