Dustin Johnson won the 2020 Masters and set a scoring record at 20-under par, two strokes better than the record, held jointly by Tiger Woods and Jordan Spieth. Johnson, who grew up an hour away from Augusta National Golf Course in Columbia, S.C., became the first world No. 1 to win the event since Woods in 2002.
He finished five strokes ahead of the Australian golfer Cameron Smith, who became the first player in the 84-year history of the Masters to post four rounds in the 60s. Sungjae Im of South Korea also finished second at 15-under alongside Smith, shooting a final round 69.
Johnson, who finished with a 68 on Sunday, spent much of last month isolating in a hotel room for 11 days after a positive coronavirus test result.
“Just laying around, kind of doing nothing,” he said of his mandated respite in late October. He played in only one event in early November after his layoff, finishing in a tie for second at the Houston Open.
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