Marc Leishman rallied from four shots behind with a 7-under 65 to win the Farmers Insurance Open. Leishman turned the tables on Jon Rahm, who rallied to win at Torrey Pines three years ago with a 65. Rahm was in the lead Sunday, only to fall far behind with a bad start that included a double bogey on the third hole. But the Spaniard made a spirited comeback and could have forced a playoff with a 50-foot eagle putt. He missed and finished second. Tiger Woods tied for ninth and learned only after the round of Kobe Bryant's death.

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