Dustin Johnson won his first world championship by dominating the WGC-HSBC Champions in Shanghai. Relegated to three shots, Ian Poulter replace the Race to Dubai, while Graeme McDowell finished third, close behind Henrik Stenson. Bourdy ends at a beautiful 21st.
The last part of the WGC-HSBC Champions held all its promises. In a game that felt good Ryder Cup between American Dustin Johnson on one side and the British Ian Poulter and Graeme McDowell on the other, the golfer of Columbia emerged victorious, despite the numerical superiority of Europeans . The atmosphere in the latter part of so heavy a result was incredibly relaxed between McDowell always inclined to relax the atmosphere and two former partners-Shark Shootout 2010. Johnson had three shots ahead of its main rivals at the time of rush and three identical cards of 66 will ultimately nothing changed. But the victory was much more complicated than that to emerge.
It took only two holes for the three players are tied. The standoff continued throughout the day, to a chip-in for eagle from the 16th American who tamed the opponents, followed by a birdie at 17, which finally ended the suspense. The evil spirits awaiting the snap Johnson’s 18 after his ball in the water before, but this time the driver of the American did not tremble, and his victory was therefore inevitable.
This victory is to put in the context of the FedEx Cup in 2014 for the fiance of the daughter of Wayne Gretzky (one of the greatest hockey players in history). This is a second way to start the season immediately after his coronation at Tournament of Champions in January 2013. This is especially the seventh season with at least one victory, since Johnson turned professional in 2008, despite recurring back problems! Already holds two trophies in the FedEx Cup playoffs and now a WGC event, it lacks more than a Grand Slam title to a new level it intends to achieve in 2014, the year of its 30 years. “This is the biggest win of my career, he reported. Hopefully she calls the other.”
Bourdy The Doors Of Top 20
For members of the European Tour, the tournament was part of the Final Series and the challenge was even greater. Ian Poulter came close to successfully doubled over the course of the Sheshan International Golf Club, finishing second three lengths behind the winner. The Englishman still in the race to replace the Race to Dubai, just like his compatriot Justin Rose, fifth in Shanghai. Ascended the podium, Graeme McDowell comes on the heels of Sweden’s Henrik Stenson at the top of the Race to Dubai in two events at the end of the season. Sergio Garcia, fourth this weekend with a final round of fire (63 ) also replace. Rory McIlroy (6th) and Luke Donald (31st) last fall both in the European Top 60. Gregory Bourdy was already assured of playing the grand final in Dubai. Bordeaux completes its Chinese week at a wonderful 21st place (-7), alongside Francesco Molinari, Matteo Manassero or Bill Haas, one stroke ahead of Luke Donald and Henrik Stenson. Raphael Jacquelin dragged his sentence all week after a horrible 81 (9) original. Lyonnais simply 73rd Place (8).
The Final Ranking (par 72):
1.Dustin Johnson (USA) 262 (-24)
2.Ian Poulter (Eng): 265 (-21)
3.Graeme McDowell (IrN): 268 (-20)
4.Sergio Garcia (Esp): 270 (-18)
5.Justin Rose (Eng): 272 (-16)
21.GrEgory Bourdy (Fra) 281 (-7)
73.Raphaël Jacquelin (Fra) 296 (8)