DJ wins St. Jude, reclaims No. 1 ranking

Dustin Johnson wins St. Jude Classic with an incredible walk-off eagle

Dustin Johnson wins St. Jude Classic with an incredible walk-off eagle

He shot 72 and finished 13-under par.

Johnson has been dominant in multiple aspects of his game this season.

"I feel like my game is in good shape", he said. Johnson tapped in for birdie, followed with a two-putt birdie at the par-5 third and added birdies at Nos.

Having held a share of a five-shot lead with Andrew Putnam heading in to the final round, DJ looked in a good position to claim his second title of the year as his playing partner double bogeyed the first hole to hand Johnson a two-shot advantage.

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Brooks Koepka, a week before defending his U.S. Open title, carded 69 to slip five strokes behind, while Phil Mickelson (70) fell six adrift.

No player who has won the event before the U.S. Open has gone on to win American golf's national championship the following week.

Dustin Johnson is back in his spot as the world's top-ranked golfer thanks to a dominant victory capped by an absolutely incredible hole-out for eagle. "I've got a lot of control of my golf ball and that's what you're looking for going into any week, but yeah, especially going into [Sunday] and then obviously next week". Now he will play in the last group on the final day for the first time on the PGA Tour with Johnson.

Dustin Johnson reclaimed the World No.1 spot from Justin Thomas with a victory at the FedEx St Jude Classic the week before the US Open. "I've earned my way here", he said.

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Langer closed the bogey-free round with a 12-foot birdie putt on the par-4 18th at Wakonda Club.

Johnson had already shown off his ludicrous velocity earlier in the day by hitting a 307-yard drive with an iron on the hard par-4 10th hole. 15, 16 and 17, but a hiccup at the last hole dropped him to 5 under.

Blaum redeemed a bogey at the first with seven birdies in a 64 and Putnam matched that effort as both seek a first win on the PGA Tour.

Luke List plays in the second round of the St. Jude Classic golf tournament at TPC Southwind, Friday, June 8, 2018, in Memphis, Tenn.

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He had made three birdies and just one bogey as he stepped on to the final hole and in characteristically nonchalant fashion he proceeded to hole his second from 170 yards.

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