Published: Tue, February 26, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Johnson wins 20th PGA Event

Johnson wins 20th PGA Event

USA golfer Dustin Johnson poses with the trophy after winning the World Golf Championship at Chapultepec's Golf Club in Mexico City on 24 February 2019.

Making his 11th PGA Tour start, Trainer birdied four of the last 10 holes to finish at 15-under 273.

"I came here Monday - I struggled the last couple of weeks. but I got here on Monday. and it clicked", said Johnson, who extended his streak to 12 successive seasons with at least one win since turning professional in 2008. "Aww, it is good." another commentator says as DJ's ball lands feet from the hole.

A final-round 2-under-par 69 and a 10th-place tie looks fine, but Woods again had a maddening number of missed putts, making just three birdies in his round, running his total of three-putts for the tournament to six and squandering an opportunity for a high finish.

Stewart felt McIlroy's intended stance was not reasonable as he would hit the tree with his backswing and offered the Co Down man the option of seeking a second opinion, which he declined. He had to make a 6-foot putt to salvage bogey on the next hole to keep his lead at two. The putts I thought I hit well didn't go in, ' Woods told GolfTV. "Probably didn't hit it as well as the first couple of days, but I hung in there".

Not content to sit on the lead after starting the day two shots clear, Johnson hoisted his drive over a clump of trees at the par-four second and was rewarded when his ball landed near the front of the green and trundled to near tap-in range. But I could sort of see his point, as well.

"But it was the only way I could play the shot".

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Johnson matched him stroke for stroke coming home, also playing the inward half in five under par, to follow up his victory earlier this month in the Saudi International.

Tiger Woods had huge problems on the greens, four-putting at the 15th and three-putting the next, to slip 10 strokes off the pace despite a respectable 70.

However, the 14-time Major victor didn't perform well with the putter in hand, carding his first four-putt on a non-Major PGA Tour event since 2010 with his efforts on hole 15 on day three.

Round of the day belonged to Justin Thomas, who carded a nine-under 62.

Johnson then managed back-to-back birdies from the 10th and he reeled off three in a row from the 14th to the 16th holes to seal victory at 21 under overall.

The two venues are very similar so I'll be referring back to the Puerto Rico Open leaderboard at the end of March when we return to the Dominican Republic for the fourth renewal of the Corales Puntacana Resort and Club Championship.

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