DORAL, Fla. – Four teams remained for Sunday’s final round at the LIV Golf Team Championship. Dustin Johnson’s 4Aces GC came out on top.
Louis Oosthuizen’s Stinger GC was out of the picture throughout the day. The battle for the top three places went to Brooks Koepka and Cameron Smith’s Punch GC. They fell off in the final round and it was a race for the finish.
With one hole remaining, the 4Aces lead by one stroke. Punch’s Marc Leishman tied for the 4Aces at 6 over with a late birdie. This was only his second round of the day. Patrick Reed made a birdie on his last hole to regain the lead at 7-under and win the tournament. Johnson had par on the previous hole.
After winning four consecutive events in the series’ U.S. swing, the 4Aces were undefeated on American soil and were the dominant team throughout the season. Johnson also won the season-long individual title one week before the regular-season finale. This win earned the team $16 million and each player $4 million.
Smith shot the lowest round of the day at 7-under 65. Punch was one shot behind in second place at 6 under. Punch took home $8 million. Smash was third at $6 million, eleven shots behind the leaders, who were 4 over. Stinger finished at 10 over to take home $4 million.