World number one Dustin Johnson took his second Saudi International title in two years, winning with two strokes and finishing 15 under par.
Johnson, 34, was a dominant figure at Saudi International, winning the opening championship in 2019 and finishing second in 2020.
A birdie hat trick on the 11th by fellow American Tony Finau threatened Johnson’s leadership, but a birdie on the 13thth from number one in the world, he made sure that he went into the finals with a two-shot lead.
Commenting on the tournament on the Saturday before he won, Johnson said, “I would say the game is in better shape right now than it was two years ago, but I think I put in a lot more putts two years ago than I have this year. But there is always tomorrow. “
Dustin Johnson has been a proud Hublot ambassador since 2017, who announced their partnership in 2017. At the time, he said: “I am honored to join the prestigious list of Hublot Ambassadors, especially since I have always admired their timepieces so much. Each one is so unique, unlike many other luxury brands that I appreciate and enjoy. I’m really excited about the partnership and hope to win a few trophies with a Hublot on my wrist. “
Ricardo Guadalupe, CEO of Hublot, praised Johnson’s winning attitude: “He also reminds us that every stroke on the golf course is of vital importance. We have to constantly outdo each other and start over. “
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