Rajhathy earned the No. 1 crown by settling down after making bogeys on holes one and two to squeak past Chris Langlois and finish tied in his TC battle with Zac Wood.
The clash with Langlois turned into a tight affair that had the combatants deadlocked through 15 holes.
Rajhathy went one up with a par at 16 and closed out the match by making birdie at 17 to win two and one. Langlois posted bogeys at 16 and 17.
In the skirmish with Wood, Rajhathy was one down heading to the last hole.
“If I beat him on the 18th it would secure my position as No. 1,” said Rajhathy. “After hitting my tee shot on the par four into a hazard, Zac placed his ball in the fairway. His second shot ended up on the back fringe and he had about 30 feet for birdie. My third shot ended up in gimme range so I was in for par. Zac didn't get up and down for par so our match ended in a tie, which meant I became the new No. 1.”
Rajhathy carries a 14-0-1 record into Sunday’s match. McGee will tee it up at Golf-O-Max sporting a 16-1-1 record.