The number 6 in the world ranking had a good production to achieve victory in Connecticut.
Dustin Johnson He lived a week of positive regularity in Cromwell, which was crowned this Sunday with the title in the Travelers Championship, the fourth tournament played in the PGA Tour after the recess due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The 36-year-old American signed 69, 64, 61 and 67 strokes, for a cumulative 261 (-19), which allowed him to outdo his compatriot Kevin Streelman (-18) and become champion.
Another contribution to this result of No. 6 in the world ranking was the collapse of the surprising Brendon Todd (58th in the list), who arrived as the leader on the last lap and lost 10 places after registering 75 hits.
For Johnson it meant the 21st. His career title on this circuit and the first since February 2019, when he obtained the WGC-Mexico Championship.
.@DJohnsonPGA was T79 after Round 1.
Then he shot 64-61-67 to win. pic.twitter.com/5IDTR1ktry
– PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) June 28, 2020
Among Latin Americans, the Mexican Abraham Ancer was the best by finishing 11th (-13), followed by the Venezuelan Jhonattan Vegas in 24th place (-11), the Argentine Emiliano Grillo (60th) and the Chilean Joaquín Niemann (63rd).
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