DUSTIN JOHNSON WINS MASTERS IN HISTORIC FASHION
He capped his first Masters victory with a 4-under 68 to finish with a 268, which at 20-under broke the record set by Tigers Woods in 1997 for the biggest win in Tournament history. In fact, Dustin Johnson is the first person since Tiger in ’97 (12) to win The Masters by at least five strokes. His four bogeys through all 72 holes broke a record held by Jack Nicklaus. The world’s Number 1 player set or tied a couple more records in capturing the second major of his career.
Hector Ledesma has reaction.