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Success for Zach Johnson in Hawaii
A final day of action saw Zach Johnson muscle out his opponents to clinch the Hyundai Tournament of Champions title by a single stroke from Jordan Spieth in Hawaii.
Zach carded a 74 on Sunday to let his three-shot lead slip away, but then fought back through the pack with a clinical round of 66 which included seven birdies. His prowess was just too good for the likes of Spieth, Dustin Johnson and Webb Simpson.
Spieth, who would have forced a play-off with the eventual winner had he chipped in on the 18th at Kapalua, found four birdies in his four-under-par round of 69 and had reached the turn with a one-shot lead over both Zach Johnson and Jason Dufner.
This was the 11th PGA Tour victory for Zach Johnson, who also outshone Tiger Woods in a play-off to win the Northwestern Mutual World Challenge last month.
Dustin Johnson, meanwhile, was stricken by five bogeys to cancel out his previous five birdies, and he was left to sign for a 73 to finish 14 under for the tournament.
Webb Simpson kept himself close to the head of the pack for much of the tournament, finishing only two shots off the victory post. He ended up tied for third with Kevin Streelman.
Elsewhere, Dufner finished on 15 under for the tournament with Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel, Adam Scott and Dustin Johnson all one shot back.
Ryan Moore completed the top 10 places after he holed birdies on 15, 16 and 17 to score a respectable, if well off the pace, 69 on the day.