Collin Morikawa is quickly becoming a household name in the world of golf, and Sunday demonstrated that even further as he came out on top with victory at the WGC Workday Championship at Concession Golf Club. Morikawa went into the fourth and final round in charge, but he had to fight hard to end up winning by three strokes over Brooks Koepka, Viktor Hovland, and Billy Horschel.
He made bogey early on thanks to a poor chip shot, but he soon recovered and increased the gap once more. When he needs to make clutch putts, Morikawa did so, ensuring his lead never faltered and that he increased it throughout the day. With the win, Morikawa became the 24th player to win a major and a WGC event, events that are meant only for top-ranked golfers to participate in. It’s his fourth win in his last 34 events as well, showing he’s really emerging as a big threat any time he takes to the course.