Dustin Johnson Swing Vision
Dustin Johnson Swing Vision
Zach Johnson captured the BMW Championship with a bogey-free, 6-under-par 32-33=65 in the final round, ending the week at 16-under 268, two strokes clear of runner-up Nick Watney. The win is Johnson's first of 2013 and ends an impressive run that included five top 10s in his last six starts ahead of his trip to Conway Farms. He entered the week 27th in the FedExCup standings and moves to fourth with this victory. So, he'll be one of the five assured of winning the FedExCup with a win in the TOUR Championship. His last lap around Conway Farms included six birdies, splitting 13 (of 14) fairways and gaining nearly three-and-a-half strokes with the putter. For the week, he ranked inside the top 10 in driving accuracy, GIR, strokes gained-putting and putting average.
In the second round of the 2013 Deutsche Bank Championship, Phil Mickelson hits a 95-foot chip shot to 2 feet on the par-3 11th hole and makes the putt for birdie.
Henrik Stenson roared to victory at the Deutsche Bank Championship with a 5-under-par 33-33=66 in his final round to match the tournament record of 22-under 262. He started the day two strokes off the overnight lead, and then opened par-bogey, the latter of which on the scorable par-5 second where he rinsed his approach. That blemish behind him, Stenson then reeled in six birdies and 10 pars the rest of the way to clip runner-up Steve Stricker by two. Five of Stenson's birdies dropped in from outside 13 feet. His longest conventional conversion measured 31'9" at the 11th hole, but the highlight of the round, and therefore the tournament, was a jarred bunker shot 10 yards away at 17 that all but sealed victory. It's his first top-40 finish in six career starts in the FedExCup Playoffs. It's also his third PGA TOUR title, the first since the 2009 PLAYERS. With today's win, he now stands atop the FedExCup standings.
Jason Dufner dissected Oak Hill Country Club's East Course with a 2-under-par 32-36=68 in the final round of the 95th PGA Championship to claim his first major championship title.
Dufner birdied three of his first eight holes in the finale to grab the lead he wouldn't surrender even though he added only one birdie to two bogeys on his back nine. He stepped on the 18th tee with a two-stroke advantage over his playing competitor, Jim Furyk, and knew he could play it safe when Furyk's approach didn't find the green. After watching Furyk's par putt miss to the right, Dufner essentially had three putts of his own to win the Wanamaker Trophy. He lagged his par attempt and tapped in for a two-stroke win at 10-under 270. Waiting to congratulate him just off the green was Keegan Bradley, who defeated Dufner in a playoff in the 2011 PGA.
Phil Mickelson, Paul Lawrie, Nicolas Colsaerts and other top European Tour golfers try doing the famous 'Happy Gilmore' golf shot at the 2013 Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open.