The world’s No. 1 ranked golfer, Dustin Johnson made history on Sunday and took home his first green jacket with an Augusta course-record 20-under par at The Masters.
The 36-year-old led the tournament after 36 holes and separated himself from the pack by turning in his second round of 65 (seven under par) on the weekend. Johnson entered Sunday with a four-stroke lead and used a solid final round of a 68 (four under par) to take home the trophy.
Johnson became the first player in Masters history to reach 20-under par. Johnson also tied Jordan Spieth’s record of 16-under par through 54 holes. The victory was Johnson’s second Major Championship of his career and his first since 2016 when he won the U.S. Open.
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