Collin Morikawa shot a final-round 69 and cruised to a three-shot victory at the WGC-Workday Championship.
Morikawa finished his final day at The Concession Golf Club with one early bogey offset by four birdies, including three in a five-hole span, to reach 18 under and clinch his first career World Golf Championship title.
The win was Morikawa’s fourth career PGA Tour title, and third in his last 17 Tour starts.
Along with the Gene Sarazen Cup, the 24-year old California native earned $1,820,000 and 550 FedExCup points. He also secured 74 first-place OWGR points to jump from No. 6 to 4th in the Official World Golf Rankings.
Viktor Hovland (67), Brooks Koepka (70), and Billy Horschel (70) tied for second-place on 15 under.
For their runner-up finishes, Hovland, Koepka, and Horschel each earned $783,333 and 218 FedExCup points. They also each picked up 32.06 OWGR points.
Final Money, Points, Scores
The Concession Golf Club | Bradenton, FL | Feb 28, 2021
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