American Patrick Reed (-18) signs his second victory in the world championship with a first title at WGC-Mexico. The controversial Texan is ahead of his compatriot Bryson DeChambeau by three birdies on his last four holes, despite a bogey at 18. The Spaniard Jon Rahm and the South African Erik Van Rooyen complete the podium at -15, just ahead the North Irishman Rory McIlroy. Leader after 54 holes, Justin Thomas is the big loser of the day, even if the Louisville golfer retains first place in the FedEx Cup. Superb top 20 for Benjamin Hébert, thanks in particular to his 65 Saturday card. Leaded by its 81 in opening, Victor Perez is content with 53rd place (+3). Mike Lorenzo-Vera finished on the kneecaps with five points lost in his last eight holes and a 66th final place (+10).