Johnson wins Augusta

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World number one golfer, Dustin Johnson, has won the Masters at Augusta National.

American Johnson shot a four-under-par 68 to reach 20 under for the tournament, five strokes clear of Australian Cameron Smith and Im Sung-jae of South Korea who tied for second.

Johnson’s total is the equal-lowest under-par score in major championship history.

Johnson, didn’t get to enjoy what would have been a magnificent reception from the gallery at the 18th green. Spectators were limited due to Covid-19 restrictions.

Johnson has previously won the 2016 U.S. Open.

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