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Of course, it was not without controversy. Tyrrell Hatton snapped his clubs and let the F bombs fly.
On the other side of the pond, Rahm vented similar frustrations over the "putting contest" the PGA Tour had set up at The American Express.
Elsewhere, Danielle Kang picked up another win. She became the champion of champions with a three stroke victory over Brooke Henderson.
Let's dive in to what else you may have missed.
Sensible Pieters gets it done in Abu Dhabi
Thomas Pieters got claimed the biggest victory of his career.
He hoped his victory would inspire a generation of youngsters.
Still, that week will be remembered for some windy conditions.
Even Rory McIlroy saw the funny side of it.
Emotional Hudson Swafford dedicates victory to his father
Hudson Swafford became the champion of The American Express for the second time.
Tyrrell Hatton's antics
Never change, Tyrrell. ( Andrew Reddington) pic.twitter.com/fXP19RzyQQ— Ben Smith (@bendsmith91) January 24, 2022
Death, taxes and Tyrrell Hatton absolutely losing it.
What an interesting week for Hatton, the 30-year-old Englishman.
At the beginning of the week he raged at not backing off a shot when the wind got up.
Just don't ask him what he thinks of that bunker in the middle of the 18th fairway.
Still, Hatton has a knack for hitting small fairways.
Jon Rahm takes aim at PGA Tour course set up
The world number one was not best pleased with the low scorers.
But it sent golf Twitter into overdrive. His behaviour divided opinion.
Tommy Fleetwood turned 31 years old
Tommy Fleetwood's son gave Westy a special gift this week. Meet HRH Lee John Westwood .— GolfMagic.com (@GolfMagic) January 23, 2022
Birthday boy Fleetwood outlined how he was frustrated by his 2021 season.
That was capped off by a miserable defeat to the United States in the Ryder Cup.
Golf instructors' predictions of Tiger Woods 1997 season entertain
Looking back, these instructors giving the world their thoughts on how Tiger Woods would fare is utterly hilarious.
Check out that here.
James Hart du Preez arrived on the PGA Tour
A 6ft 10ins bomber from South Africa arrived in California to make his debut.
PGA Tour professionals have absolute mares on island par-3
PGA Tour pro has an absolute MARE on the rocks at the par-3 17th in R1 of The American Express— GolfMagic.com (@GolfMagic) January 20, 2022
Great break to begin with... then it all goes badly wrong!
WATCH https://t.co/mcNMzfuvsG pic.twitter.com/N94AsjY9Gf
Swede Blixt also hit consecutive shots backwards and had to write down a painful seven on his scorecard.
Lefty bombs one, from a fairway bunker, with a driver
There was also another Lefty impression on the DP World Tour.
Instagram and YouTube star Spiranac debuted her new look ahead of the NFL playoffs.
Danielle Kang wins number six
DK got it done in fine fashion.
She won the first LPGA Tour event of the year with a three-stroke victory at the Hilton Grand Vacations Tournament of Champions.