World No.1 Dustin Johnson was blown away when told his Canadian Open victory meant to be surpassed Tiger Woods as the US PGA Tour's most prolific winner of the past 10 years.
Tiger says a lot, "he said.
Woods claimed his last major championship.
Johnson's third victory of 2018 what he said in January and six-shot win at Tennessee in Hawaii in June, a walk in the park.  Byeong Hun An (69) and Whee Kim (69) in a four-way tie for the lead and in the final group, Johnson fired a six under-66 and his 23-under total left playing partner his wake at 20 under.
Keegan Bradley carded the round of the day at eight-under 64 which included an eagle two and a birdie-birdie-birdie fini
Johsnon became the first golfer since Woods in 2009 to win three or more times in three consecutive seasons at the golf richest circuit.
Johnson said watching 14-time major winner Woods dominate the
"The way (Woods) played for that stretch was just incredible," Johnson said of Woods's 79 PGA Tour titles.
"What he has done for the game and the things."
"The motive and I have definitely improved my game in the last few years."
The big-hitting Johnson was Glen Abbey: An average putting performance, ranking 29th on the greens, mattered little.
On the final day, the South Carolina native averaged 324 yards off the tee and hit 10 of 14 fairways, as well as 16 of 18 greens in regulation.
But the former US Open winner warned his
"One thing I love about this game is no more how good you are, you can get better and I'm going to
Paulina is the daughter of Canadian ice hockey great Wayne Gretzky.
"It certainly means a lot; Johnson said.
Australia's Aaron Baddeley closed with a 73 to share 65th at the age of countryman Cameron Percy (70) What Five Under and Queenslander Rod Pampling (74) was two under.