Dustin Johnson's almost magical hole-in-one!

Dustin Johnson's almost magical hole-in-one!

Dustin Johnson's almost magical hole-in-one!

Dustin Johnson anguishes over past errors the way a shark regrets his last meal.

"It's a good start if I want to do it". Johnson blistered the Plantation Course at Kapalua during the final round, combining a fast start and a sizzling finish to lap the field. His ball covered all but four inches of it, expiring that short of an ace.

"I knew I was playing well, and it's a golf course I'm really comfortable on", Johnson said Sunday (via the AP).

He did that a lot. Matsutama shot a 7-under 66 Sunday to move up eight spots on the leaderboard.

Jon Rahm made his Kapalua debut by closing with a 69 to finish second. - Johnson, describing his near-albatross on the 12th hole. A final-round 77 at Sheshan International Golf Club opened the door for Justin Rose, with a 67, to snatch away the title.

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That is his way. Rather than playing it safe in the final round, Johnson shot the low round of the tournament and ran up the score.

Forget grounding your club in a controversial bunker at the 2010 PGA Championship on the 72nd hole at Whistling Straits to be penalized out of a playoff. He fumed for an hour. When he three-putted from 12 feet on the 18th green at Chambers Bay in the 2015 U.S. Open, he was playing golf the next morning with Wayne Gretzky and friends in Idaho. The one at Whistling Straits later in the year with the controversial ruling?

Johnson won for the 17th time on the PGA Tour, and the fifth time dating to the Genesis Open at Riviera last February.

"The most hard part is, I guess, trying to stay within your own game and not play off his", Jordan Spieth said. "This game, it changes very, very easily. I kind of just kept the pedal down". Johnson doesn't let much cross his mind. So the experience definitely dictated his actions on Sunday at Kapalua. "I wanted to prove to myself that ain't going to happen again".

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"It's the closest it's been to that stretch".

"Well, I'm kind of hoping to have a stretch like previous year", Rahm said. "He's an extremely consistent player and what happened at the HSBC, it's just really extremely rare for him, right?"

"A lot of seasons I've only had one win, but last year was my most and hopefully I can do even better this year".

"I mean I go back over it and talk about it, but as far as how long has it frustrated me or anything, not long". "At least that was my battle for the last six holes".

And clearly Johnson, now 33 years old, has control over what he is doing.

Johnson went 66-65 on the weekend. He missed birdie tries from five and eight feet, respectively at Nos. And it's not like the 2016 U.S. Open victor hadn't already holed out a shot at the 12th when he jarred a 65-yard chip for an eagle on Saturday, meaning that he played that hole over the weekend in a mere four strokes.

The World No. 1 was in complete command with his driver, leading the field in strokes gained/off the tee and tee to green. A hole measured at 382 yards from the tee.

Dustin Johnson underlined his status as the best player in the world as he coasted to a dominant eight-shot victory at the Sentry Tournament of Champions. "First I want to get to 20, then 30 and once there 40", he added.

Jon Rahm became a household name previous year while climbing to fourth in the world rankings and the Spaniard wants more in 2018. An accident in his rented house at Augusta resulted in a back injury that forced him to withdraw, so he is naturally eager for his next shot at a green jacket. "I know exactly where I want it to come down out of the air, and it did".

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