Tag: Dustin Johnson
The world number two shoots a four-under-par 67, moving to a 12-under for the tournament.
Nate Lashley proves his opening round 63 at the Rocket Mortgage Classic was no fluke by firing a five-under-par 67 to maintain his one-stroke lead.
Brooks Koepka's seven-shot lead starting the day did not last long, as he bogeyed the par-four first, where he found deep rough with his drive.
Johnson took a one-shot advantage into the final round, before making four bogeys and two double-bogeys to drop to a tie for 28th.
World No 1 Dustin Johnson stumbled badly on the back nine.
Dustin Johnson shot a three-under 68 in trying conditions to end on 10-under 203.
Tiger Woods won the event in 2003, 2004 and 2008.
It was the second albatross in a week on the PGA Tour, after American Harris English recorded one at the Players Championship.
After being staged in May since 2007, the PGA Tour flagship event returns to its old March time slot.
Dustin Johnson says if he can maintain his current swing, this year will be a good one.
The 34-year-old American finishes with a 21-under 263 total to win this event at the Club de Golf Chapultepec for the 2nd time in 3 seasons.
The American sent murmurs of disbelief through the packed gallery when he four-putted at the 15th hole at Club de Golf Chapultepec in Mexico City.
Johnson built a 16-under par total of 197 at Club de Golf Chapultepec, where McIlroy fired a three-under 68 for 201.
Johnson's methodical approach at Club de Golf Chapultepec paid dividends as he overhauled first-round leader McIlroy.
Former world number one Johnson establishes the course record at the brand-new layout with a nine-under-par 61.
There had been speculation Woods would play at Kapalua but he was not on the list of the final field of 34 players released by the tournament.
In a strange turn of events, Justin Rose lost his world number one ranking to Dustin Johnson despite winning the FedEx Cup.
If Justin Rose wins the BMW Championship, he will supplant Dustin Johnson as world number one.
DeChambeau's consecutive birdies on the back nine en route to a closing 69 and 18-under 266 for the tournament moved the 24-year-old Californian past world number one Dustin Johnson.
The course conditions at Bellerive Country Club should play to the strengths of Dustin Johnson.
Johnson will be competing for fans in a lineup that includes a playing group of the year's three prior major winners -- Francesco Molinari, Brooks Koepka and Patrick Reed.
Coming off his first missed cut of the year last week at the British Open, Johnson rebounded to clinch his 19th career title with a winning 23-under 265.
Johnson will head into Sunday's final round as the heavy favourite since the three other men sharing the lead are all chasing maiden PGA Tour titles.
The missed cut at Carnoustie was the only hiccup in a otherwise sturdy campaign that has seen Johnson pick up two wins and a Tour best eight top-10 finishes to sit top of the FedEx Cup standings.
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