Jake Knapp's historically unusual last round performance at the Mexico Open propels him from club bouncer to PGA Tour winner.  

 Jake Knapp used to bar nightclubgoers. He joined the PGA Tour's elite after winning the 2024 Mexico Open at Vidanta with a 19-under.  

 Knapp's unusual final round in Nuevo Vallarta reflected his unique tour journey.   

 Knapp became the second PGA Tour winner since 1983 to hit two fairways or less in the final round.  

 While floundering on the Korn Ferry Tour in 2021, the athletic 29-year-old worked as a bouncer at a Costa Mesa restaurant-turned-club. Golf fans have been watching him.  

 After two more years on the KFT, Knapp got his PGA Tour card in 2023. He debuted with a T3 at the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines in January.  

 A sizzling 63 on moving day at Vidanta Villarta gave Knapp a four-shot lead on Sunday.   

 Despite hitting barely half the greens in regulation, Knapp relied on his short game and scrambling.   

 After bogeys on Nos. 1 and 3, he birdied and parred for an even 71.  

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