Dustin Johnson made it three wins in eight tournaments with a comprehensive victory at the BMW Championship and the penultimate FedEx Cup playoff event.
The US Open Champion started the day three shots ahead of England’s Paul Casey but after a couple of early bogeys the lead was quickly wiped out.
Johnson rallied though and finished with a 5 under 67 and three shots clear of Casey in second place.
The man from South Carolina relied on a full bag of Taylor Made equipment to get the job done for the 12th time on the PGA Tour, including the same M1 driver he used to win his first Major Championship at Oakmont.
The only difference this week to his US Open triumph was the putter. Johnson used a Limited Spider edition putter rather than the Scotty cameron prototype he has used for the rest of the season and looked extremely confident on the greens.
“I’ve got a lot of confidence in every part of my game – especially all the work I’ve put in on my wedges, which has really paid off this year – and this week a new putter that really worked,” said Johnson.
What’s in the bag?
Putter: TaylorMade Spider Limited (Black, No Lines), Length, Loft, Lie: 35 inches, 2.5 degrees, 69 degrees