Dustin Johnson shot a 5-under-par 68 for a four-stroke victory over defending champion Steve Stricker in the Tournament of Champions, the first event of the PGA Tour season.
KAPALUA, Hawaii — Dustin Johnson shot a 5-under-par 68 Tuesday for a four-stroke victory in the Tournament of Champions, the first event of the PGA Tour season.
Johnson finished at 16-under 203 for 54 holes in the winners-only tournament that had three days of play wiped out by powerful wind gusts at Kapalua. Johnson was in front of second-place Steve Stricker by three strokes after Monday’s 36-hole session.
Defending champion Stricker (69) finished second.
Johnson, 28, earned $1.14 million. He has won at least one Tour event for six straight seasons and has seven victories in his career.
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