Jul 29, 2018; Oakville, Ontario, CAN; Dustin Johnson and the championship trophy of the RBC Canadian Open golf tournament at Glen Abbey Golf Club. Mandatory Credit: Eric Bolte-USA TODAY Sports
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World No. 1 Dustin Johnson broke free from the leading pack with birdies on his opening two holes and stayed out front the rest of the way round the course to capture the Canadian Open and his third PGA Tour title of the season Sunday. After two runners-up finishes, Johnson finally snatched the Canadian crown with a workmanlike final round of six-under 66 that left the American three shots clear of Kim Whee and An Byeong-hun.After Johnson took his only bogey of the day at the 12th, his lead was trimmed to a single shot; however, the 34-year-old was unshakeable, answering with a birdie at 13 to put himself right back on track.
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