Dustin Johnson rounds off $35m year with team win at LIV Golf finale

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The madness of modern‑day golf can be summed up by Cameron Smith. In 2022, the Australian has claimed the Players Championship and a Claret Jug. His competitive year closed on the outskirts of Miami, where his Punch side were edged out of LIV Golf’s team championship by 4Aces. A golf world shrugged shoulders.

The victors were showered in champagne on the final green, representing a dubious irony. They should try that trick in Saudi Arabia, from where the money supporting LIV’s disruption plan has emanated. Smith scored a 64 to prevail at St Andrews in July. David Feherty, one of LIV’s appointed shills, screamed that a 65 here had to be among the finest rounds of the Australian’s life.

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Written by Ewan Murray at Doral
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