The world’s No. 1 positioned golf player won the 2020 Masters on Sunday at Augusta, catching his subsequent profession major after the competition was deferred from the spring in light of the Covid pandemic. Johnson’s 20-under set another 72-opening Masters record, breaking the 18-under imprint shared by Tiger Woods (1997) and Jordan Spieth (2015.) Johnson completed the last round with a 4-under 68.
“This is a dream come true,” Johnson told media after the success as he got teared up during the TV meet.
The 36-year-old’s 2020 Masters triumph comes two months after he won the FedEx Cup.
Subsequent to winning his first vocation major at the 2016 US Open, Johnson had some close misses, including completing tied for second finally year’s Masters, one stroke behind Tiger Woods. He completed tied for second in the current year’s PGA title and tied for 6th at the US Open. A year ago he completed second at the PGA title, and he completed third in the 2018 US Open.
Johnson tried positive for COVID-19 a month ago, which restricted his planning time for the Masters.