Saudi ArabiaOn 7/2, world number one golfer Dustin Johnson was crowned at -15 to take the throne for the second time at the new three-year European Tour event.

Johnson won the Saudi International championship in the starting year of 2019, finishing second the following year. This year, he repeated the achievement of the opening period.

Yesterday, Johnson finished the last round with 68 strokes, scored three birdies and one bogey on the par70. “In this round, I never put the head on because I misjudged the pinpoint line. The senses say it goes left to right, but it’s the opposite,” said Johnson Sky Sports.

Johnson maintained his peak form from the end of last year to take the throne in Saudi Arabia.  Photo: AP

Johnson maintained his peak form from the end of last year to take the throne in Saudi Arabia. Image: AP

At the beginning of the leg, he kept the top of the table at -13, leading Victor Perez with two strokes. Halfway through, Johnson only had a birdie, at hole 4, par5 – where he got an eagle chance but his putt missed. Playing with Johnson, Perez scored two birdies, thereby drawing the gap to one stroke.

In the back half of the field, both par all three of the first three holes, in which Johnson slipped birdie holes 10 and 12 – twice both 1.8 meters away. At this time, Justin Rose and Tony Finau became formidable opponents in the race to the coronation podium. Rose started five holes, did not bogey with five birdies and finished at -13.

A hole ahead of Johnson, Finau shared the top of the group -14 with his American countrymen thanks to a series of birdies from holes 11 to 13. But Johnson also birdie hole 13 to alone lead the group to compete for the title at -15. Out of hole 15, Johnson kept par to preserve his position and Perez thanks to birdie -14 like Finau.

At hole 16, Finau, Johnson and Perez were all negligent, in which the Americans all bogey and the French player doubles bogey. So Finau goes down to -13, Perez goes to -12, Johnson goes to -14. Finau finished the last two holes in the bogey-birdie sequence. At the same paragraph, Perez was full par and Johnson birdie-par.

Johnson received 572,340 USD, Finau and Rose finished T2 (-13 points), each received 291,800 USD. Perez in T4, was $ 156,400.

Johnson has two major in 24 PGA Tour championships and nine European Tour trophies. But considering the European arena alone, he only won two official events – both at Saudi International. The rest are co-sponsored events with the US arena including major US Open 2016, Masters 2020 and four tournaments in the World Golf Championship group.

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