Harman's birdie denies Johnson his 4th straight win

Harman's birdie denies Johnson his 4th straight win

"It's hard, these guys are so good out here, but I kind of felt this coming", Harman said.

However, a three-putt on the par-three 15th looked to have ended his chances of clinching the trophy and it appeared world number one Dustin Johnson, who had set the clubhouse target at -9 following his five-under-par 67, would be walking away victorious.

Up first was the left-hander Harman, whose second shot to the par-5 finisher wound up well left of the green. Johnson made the cut on the number, and then went 67-67 on the weekend, including a 15-foot birdie putt on the final hole, to almost pull out another victory.

After Jutanugarn won the par-5 17th with a birdie to force another hole, Kim finished off the match with a halve for a par on the par-4 18th.

World No.1 Dustin Johnson was happy with his return to the PGA Tour after injury saw him sidelined for the past three weeks.

"Not much has changed", he said.

"I could believe it because I've been rolling it so well this week but when that thing was about a foot short I said, "That thing's going home", Harman, 30, said in a greenside interview after collecting his second PGA Tour victory. "The first couple days I didn't play that great, but really played nicely on Saturday and Sunday and so I'm happy with where the game is going into next week".

He was then joined by Pat Perez, who was three under through four holes and recovered from a double bogey at 14 to birdie two of the final three holes for a 68.

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Harman credited his success to "having a little more belief in myself, knowing I'm pretty good at what I do, staying in the moment and doing what I need to do".

"I actually thought, man, this is a real bomber's paradise", he said.

Reed shot 40 on the back nine for a 75 and fell out of the top 10.

John Daly held on to win the Insperity Invitational on Sunday for his first PGA Tour Champions title.

The 51-year-old Daly had not won on tour since the PGA Tour's 2004 Buick Invitational.

Daly bogeyed the final three holes for a three-under 69 and a one-stroke victory over Kenny Perry and Tommy Armour III.

Perry shot a 69, and Armour had a 67.

Jon Rahm finished fourth at 8-under and Smylie Kaufman, Kevin Tway and Byeong Hun An all tied for fifth place at 7-under.

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