The Masters golf tournament finally wrapped up yesterday, after being delayed seven months due to COVID-19.
DUSTIN JOHNSON won . . . finishing an incredible 20 shots under par. That’s a new Masters record, by TWO shots. It was also five strokes ahead of South Korea’s Sung-jae Im and Australia’s Cameron Smith, who tied for second.
Dustin’s younger brother Austin is his caddy, and he started CRYING on the 18th hole. Dustin said, quote, “I had to jab him a little bit on 18 because he was tearing up and made me tear up. I’m like, ‘I still gotta finish this off, I can’t be crying.'”
Winning the Masters is a dream come true for Dustin Johnson. pic.twitter.com/2gGJ9HuMSJ
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