Golf in a class of its own, an entertaining atmosphere, enthusiastic spectators and a triumphant victor: The 2016 BMW Championship in Indianapolis had it all. See the highlights here.
American Dustin Johnson has won the BMW Championship at Crooked Stick Golf Club (Indianapolis). The 32-year-old finished with a score of 23 under par (265 shots) to leave the world class field, featuring the top 70 players on the PGA TOUR, trailing in his wake.
That was an effort worthy of a U.S. Open champion: Dustin Johnson (USA, -18) produced four birdies in the final five holes to pull clear of the field on a windy Saturday at Crooked Stick Golf Club. Up until that point, the 2010 BMW Championship winner had been treading water at level par for the round.
U.S. Open winner Dustin Johnson showed on Tuesday that he can up the pace at the wheel of a BMW M2 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. "DJ" also shifted up a gear in round two of the BMW Championship.
DRIVEN BY PASSION.