In the end it was CT Pan from Taiwan who shot 67 to claim his first PGA Tour victory

  • Dustin Johnson began final round on Sunday with one-shot lead over Ian Poulter
  • In the end it was CT Pan from Taiwan who shot 67 to claim his first PGA Tour win 
  • Pan finished one shot ahead of total posted by former champion Matt Kuchar 

Dustin Johnson began the final round of the Heritage Classic in South Carolina on Sunday with a one-shot lead over Ian Poulter. He finished it proving that not even the world’s best golfer is immune from occasionally looking like just another Sunday afternoon hacker.

Consider Johnson’s back nine and take heart: from the 11th hole he had three bogeys in a row and then followed it with two double bogeys in succession.

Seven shots lost in just five holes — and this was supposed to be the day when he went one better than his runner-up finish at the Masters the previous Sunday, where they fitted him with the Tartan jacket on offer here to the winner to make up for just missing out on the green one.

In the end it was CT Pan from Taiwan who shot 67 to claim his first PGA Tour victory
In the end it was CT Pan from Taiwan who shot 67 to claim his first PGA Tour victory

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