Rahm, who is bidding to win the season-ending tournament on the DP World Tour for a third time in his career, now finds himself at 15-under par and one shot clear of US Open champion Matt Fitzpatrick, who despite finding water on the 18th recovered for par and a round of 70.
Rather fittingly for the DP World Tour, both Rahm and Fitzpatrick received Honorary Lifetime Membership to the circuit earlier this week following their respective US Open victories in 2021 and 2022.
Sweden's Alex Noren is just two shots behind Rahm in third place following a 68, while Rory McIlroy matched Rahm's round of 65 to motor up the board into a tie for fifth alongside Tyrrell Hatton (72).
McIlroy had a mixed bag to start his third round with two bogeys and an eagle on his first three holes, but he then caught fire just before the turn when very nearly holing his approach shots for eagles.
There is also another prize on the line on Sunday, realistically only for McIlroy and Fitzpatrick now, in the shape of the DP World Tour Rankings.
McIlroy holds the aces right now, but Fitzpatrick is still very much in the mix.
In this article, we explain how you can watch the DP World Tour Championship from anywhere in the world.
We have also listed the DP World Tour Championship tee times further down the page to ensure you can track your favourite players.
The 2022 DP World Tour Championship is being played on the Earth Course at Jumeirah Golf Estates in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
It is a par-72 layout measuring at 7,480 yards and was designed by the aforementioned Norman.
The tournament was first played here in 2009 when the Order of Merit was replaced by the Race to Dubai.
Last year was the final edition of the Race to Dubai, and now following a change in name of the circuit from the European Tour to the DP World Tour, the season-long race is (wait for it...) known as the DP World Tour Rankings.
In total, there are 50 players in the field as the tournament is contested by the leading players in the rankings.
Prize purse: $10m
Course record: 18 holes: 61, Andy Sullivan (2020) | 72 holes: 23-under, Lee Westwood (2020)
2021: Collin Morikawa
2020: Matt Fitzpatrick
2019: Jon Rahm
2018: Danny Willett
2017: Jon Rahm
2016: Matt Fitzpatrick
2015: Rory McIlroy
2014: Henrik Stenson
2013: Henrik Stenson
2012: Rory McIlroy
2011: Alvaro Quiros
2010: Robert Karlsson
How to watch 2022 DP World Tour championship from anywhere
If you are currently abroad or not in the same country as the TV streaming service you are trying to use, you probably will not be able to watch the DP World Tour Championship because of geo-blocking, a technology that broadcasters use to restrict certain content to specific parts of the world.
However, you can circumvent geo-blocks by using a VPN, and ExpressVPN is one of the best.
Express VPN is an easy to use VPN that lets you change your IP address, making it look like you are in a completely different country. It also encrypts your internet traffic to protect your privacy.
It is compatible with most streaming devices including Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV Stick, Apple TV, Xbox and Playstation, and Android and Apple mobiles.
DP World Tour Championship R4 Tee Times (GMT)
3.40am - Pablo Larrazabal | Matthieu Pavon
3.50am - Hurly Long | Oliver Bekker
4.00am - Sebastian Sodeberg | Jordan Smith
4.10am - Thriston Lawrence | Richard Bland
4.20am - Haotong Li | Shubhankar Sharma
4.35am - David Law | Thorbjorn Olesen
4.45am - Ewen Ferguson | Eddie Pepperell
4.55am - Oliver Wilson | Marcel Schneider
5.05am - Antoine Rozner | Paul Waring
5.15am - Fabrizio Zanotti | Rafa Cabrera Bello
5.30am - Victor Perez | Viktor Hovland
5.40am - Joakim Lagergren | Callum Shinkwin
5.50am - Ryan Fox | Ashun Wu
6.00am - Shane Lowry | Robert MacIntyre
6.10am - Connor Syme | Richard Mansell
6.25am - Yannik Paul | Guido Migliozzi
6.35am - Min Woo Lee | Richie Ramsay
6.45am - Romain Langasque | Adrian Otaegui
6.55am - Sam Horsfield | Gavin Green
7.05am - Adri Arnaus | Rasmus Hojgaard
7.20am - Kurt Kitayama | Max Kieffer
7.30am - Jorge Campillo | Tommy Fleetwood
7.40am - Adrian Meronk | Tyrrell Hatton
7.50am - Rory McIlroy | Alex Noren
8.00am - Jon Rahm | Matt Fitzpatrick
How to watch 2022 DP World Tour championship in the US without cable
Golf Channel is showing live coverage of the 2022 DP World Tour Championship from Thursday to Sunday, with coverage starting at 8am ET from 17 November.
How to watch the DP World Tour Championsip live stream online with a VPN:
2. Connect to a secure server location in the US
3. Check the official PGA Tour schedule
4. Log in to your preferred streaming platform, including ESPN+, Sling TV Blue, fuboTV, Hulu+Live TV, YouTube TV, or Peacock.
5. Tune in and enjoy the golf!
How to watch 2022 DP World Tour Championship in the UK
Sky Sports Golf is showing the 2022 DP World Tour Championship in the UK.
With a Sky Sports subscription, you will be able to stream the 2022 DP World Tour Championship online via SkyGo, and if you are not in the UK right now you can use ExpressVPN to get around any geo-blocks.
To watch the 2022 DP World Tour Championship on Sky (£22 per month):
1. Get ExpressVPN
2. Connect to a server location in the UK
3. Head to Sky Go and log in
4. Enjoy the action!
2022 DP World Tour Championship current betting odds:
Jon Rahm 11/10
Matt Fitzpatrick 3/1
Rory McIlroy 5/1
Alex Noren 10/1
Tyrrell Hatton 12/1
And finally, here's a look at how the season-long DP World Tour Rankings race is shaping up heading into the final tournament: