Dustin Johnson bounces back from Carnoustie disappointment to emulate Tiger Woods with Canadian Open win
- Dustin Johnson won the Canadian Open at Glen Abbey in Oakville, Ontario
- The American world No 1 shot a final round six-under 66 to win by three strokes
- Dominant victory in Canada was Johnson’s third PGA Tour title of the season
- Tiger Woods was the last player to seal at least three wins in three straight years
By REUTERS REPORTER
PUBLISHED: 05:38 EDT, 30 July 2018 | UPDATED: 07:37 EDT, 30 July 2018
World No 1 Dustin Johnson broke free from the leading pack with birdies on his opening two holes and stayed out front the rest of the way to capture the Canadian Open and his third PGA Tour title of the season on Sunday.
After two runners-up finishes, Johnson finally snatched the Canadian crown with a workmanlike final round of six-under 66 that left the big-hitting American three shots clear of Whee Kim and An Byeong-hun.
The South Koreans both birdied the final hole for matching 69s to share second on 20-under-par.
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