World Number 1 Dustin Johnson wins 2021 Saudi International | Final Round Highlights

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Dustin Johnson held off the challenge of Tony Finau and Victor Perez to secure a two-stroke victory and claim his second Saudi International powered by SoftBank Investment Advisers title.

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This week’s Saudi International powered by SoftBank Investment Advisors at Royal Greens Golf & Country Club marks the final event of this year’s European Tour Desert Swing, boasting an impressive field that includes 13 Major champions and four of the World’s top ten. One of those is World Number One Dustin Johnson, who won the event in 2019. He is joined by defending champion and fellow Major winner Graeme McDowell, who defeated Johnson by two shots to win last year’s title. Fresh from victories at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic and Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship, Paul Casey and Tyrrell Hatton are both set to make their tournament debuts this week. Other debutants include Tommy Fleetwood, Tony Finau, Kevin Na, and Viktor Hovland, who finished in a tie for third during his last European Tour start at the DP World Tour Championship. 

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