World #1 Dustin Johnson, USA, wins the RBC Canadian Open at Glen Abbey Golf Club in Canada.
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DJ carded a final round -6 under par 66 to win the RBC Canadian Open with a total score of -23 under par, giving him a three shot winning margin;
DJ retained his spot on top of the FedExCup standings with his 19th career PGA TOUR win, topping Tiger Woods’ record of 18 in the last decade;
“Obviously I’m doing something very well.”
“To even be mentioned in the same sentence as Tiger means a lot.”
“What he’s done for the game, the things he’s done in the game. No one is ever really going to get to that level.”
“The fans were great. All week there was a ton of support.”
“It’s been great and everyone has been great to me up here.”
“Obviously right now I’m in a very good position, I’m going to have to continue to play well though if I want to be in that number one spot heading into Atlanta for the Tour Championship.”
Whee Kim, and Ben An, both from South Korea, and they both scored -3 under 69 today, to share second place at -20 under par for the tournament.
Mackenzie Hughes picked up the Rivermead Cup for the second year in a row, finishing as the low Canadian professional, T 8 at -15 under;
“You feel just a slight additional pressure put on you, but I relish it,”
“It’s been a great week and looking forward to just building on it next week.”