Thrice is nice: Jiménez defeats Alker in two-hole playoff to claim his third victory at Hualalai

  • Miguel Angel Jiménez became just the second three-time winner of the Mitsubishi Electric Championship at Hualalai - joining Bernhard Langer - by defeating Steven Alker in a two-hole playoff Saturday at the Four Seasons Resort Hualalai. Jiménez finished the three-round tournament at 17-under. (Tom Linder/West Hawaii Today)

  • Miguel Angel Jiménez became just the second three-time winner of the Mitsubishi Electric Championship at Hualalai - joining Bernhard Langer - by defeating Steven Alker in a two-hole playoff Saturday at the Four Seasons Resort Hualalai. Jiménez finished the three-round tournament at 17-under. (Tom Linder/West Hawaii Today)

  • Miguel Angel Jiménez became just the second three-time winner of the Mitsubishi Electric Championship at Hualalai - joining Bernhard Langer - by defeating Steven Alker in a two-hole playoff Saturday at the Four Seasons Resort Hualalai. Jiménez finished the three-round tournament at 17-under. (Tom Linder/West Hawaii Today)

  • Miguel Angel Jiménez hits a shot toward the 18th green on the second playoff hole against Steven Alker. (Tom Linder/West Hawaii Today)

  • David Toms waves after sinking a birdie putt on the 10th hole at Saturday’s third round of the Mitsubishi Electric Championship. Toms finished in fifth place at 15-under. (Tom Linder/West Hawaii Today)

  • Jim Furyk escapes from the bunker onto the green at the 10th hole at the Mitsubishi Electric Championship Saturday. Furyk finished the tournament tied for eighth place at 12-under. (Tom Linder/West Hawaii Today)

  • Stephen Ames is all smiles after sinking a chip-in birdie on his final shot of the 2022 Mitsubishi Electric Championship. Ames tied for third at 16-under. (Tom Linder/West Hawaii Today)

  • Steven Alker escapes from the bunker during the second playoff hole Saturday evening against Miguel Angel Jiménez. Alker lost the hole, finishing second at the 2022 Mitsubishi Electric Championship at Hualalai. (Tom Linder/West Hawaii Today)

KA‘UPULEHU-KONA – 54 holes just weren’t enough.