Bryson DeChambeau posted a final-round 67 at TPC Boston to claim his fourth career PGA Tour title at the Dell Technologies Championship.
DeChambeau, who entered the day one back of 54-hole leader Abraham Ancer (73), finished his final day in the Baystate with 10 pars, two bogeys and four birdies, highlighted by a hat trick of gains on Nos. 7, 8 and 9 en route to a four-day score of 16-under, two shots clear of runner-up Justin Rose (68).
For the second straight week, the California native earned $1,620,000 and 2,000 FedExCup points, which locks him in at No. 1 heading into East Lake, regardless of what happens at this week’s BMW Championship. For those keeping score at home, the 24-year old star has made $3.24 million playing eight rounds of golf.
DeChambeau also picked up 76 Official World Golf Rankings points and is expected to move to No. 7 (from 12). And while not official, he also locked up a spot on the U.S. Ryder Cup team.
Rose (68), who made the European Ryder Cup team on Sunday, finished alone in second at 14-under par, earning $972,000, along with 1,200 FedEx points and 45.6 OWGR points.
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TPC Boston | Norton, Mass. | Sep. 3, 2018