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Dustin Johnson secured the world No. 1 ranking in style when he smoked the field for a five-stroke victory at the Genesis Open in southern California Sunday.Johnson started the final round with a five-shot lead and was never headed after birdies at the first two holes en route to a closing 71 on the storied Riviera course.Johnson, 32, collects $1.26 million for his 13th PGA Tour victory.Johnson effectively put the tournament away when he birdied the final three holes of the third round, and then added two more starting the final round as he threatened the tournament record low score.I made one bogey through 60-something  holes".With victory in sight, however, Johnson started playing conservatively, and three bogeys in the final 10 holes took a little gloss off his performance, but hardly matter in the big picture.
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