Dustin Johnson back to world No 1 after St Jude victory

Dustin Johnson back to world No 1 after St Jude victory

Dustin Johnson back to world No 1 after St Jude victory

It was a David and Goliath scenario, and - unlike the original tale - there was no upset this time around.

Johnson shot 4-under par in the final round to secure his second win on the PGA Tour this year and the 18th of his career.

"I know what it takes", he said.

"What a cool way to end the day", Johnson said. "I'm going to have to play a lot like I did this week if I want to win next week".

Johnson, 33, has won 17 times on the PGA Tour, including the 2016 U.S. Open, while Putnam's thin resume pales by comparison, with nothing higher than a top-five finish in 43 career starts. "I didn't really have it today, but I was able to close out the round with a couple of birdies to get it back to even".

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"It's going to feel a little different than the typical Sunday round of golf, but I'm excited for it", Putnam said.

"Winning this week, I think, is a bigger confidence booster than being number one in the world", he said.

American's Dustin Johnson and Andrew Putnam are in a share for the lead heading into the final round of the St Jude Classic, Sky Sports report. He double bogeyed the opening hole and then bogeyed the fifth.

Dustin Johnson gestures towards fans after finishing the ninth hole during the first round of the S. Jude Classic golf tournament in Memphis, Tenn., Friday, June 8, 2018.

The win also vaults Johnson to the new World No. 1. He was swinging without pressure when he stood over his shot in the light rough to the right of the 18th fairway, and hit the ideal shot to finish off the win.

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"I haven't seen the golf course yet but I'll get in 18 holes tomorrow and go from there".

"I felt like I struggled quite a bit with the putter the last three or four events".

"I hit a lot of great shots in there, had a lot of good looks at birdie".

SHOT OF THE DAY: Stewart Cink makes a hole-in-one on the par-3 eighth in a wonderful Saturday for him. Brandt Snedeker (70) was at 7 under.

Phil Mickelson had a 65 on Sunday and was at six under in a tie for 12th in a group which included Australian Stuart Appleby, who closed with a 69.

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