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Dustin Johnson has claimed his third LIV Golf title by winning the Las Vegas Invitational. He birdied three of the last six holes to finish one shot ahead of his closest competitors, ultimately topping the leaderboard at 12 under and earning $4 million in prize money.

Talor Gooch and Peter Uihlein finished second at 11 under, with Matthew Wolff just one shot behind them. Paul Casey, Graeme McDowell, and Jason Kokrak tied for fifth at eight under. Jon Rahm followed closely behind in fourth place on the leaderboard.

Johnson spoke about his victory, saying “It’s a great win. I knew it was going to be tough with the conditions.” He acknowledged that playing against a group of skilled players right around the lead made it difficult. Bryson DeChambeau shared the 36-hole lead with Johnson but a final-round four-over-par 74 led him finishing tied for ninth at seven under.

In addition to individual success, Smash GC, consisting of Gooch, McDowell, Kokrak, and captain Brooks Koepka, took home the team title with a score of 33-under, seven shots ahead of Johnson’s 4Aces. This victory marks Johnson’s third LIV Golf title after winning in Boston in 2022 and Tulsa in 2021.

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