Oakville, Ontario – On Sunday at Glen Abbey, Dustin Johnson notched win number 3 of the season and the 19th of his PGA Tour career with a final round 66 to finish at 23 under par – outlasting Whee Kim and Byeong Hun An by 3 strokes to win the RBC Canadian Open.
After a nearly 2 hour weather delay, Johnson never missed a beat, making four birdies on the inward side. In fact, DJ lit up the par 5’s on Sunday, birdieing all four to pull away from playing partner An, who bogeyed the par 4 tenth. Taking a moment to look ahead to what might be, Johnson clearly is thinking of East Lake. “Obviously right now I’m in a very good position,” DJ said. “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.
Johnson led the field in driving distance and co-led in greens in regulation at the RBC Canadian Open, a lethal combination when facing the World’s No.1 ranked player.
Kim and An finished tied for 2nd at 20 under par. Keegan Bradley continued his good play firing a Sunday 64 to finish solo 4th at -19.