At just 23-years of age, American Collin Morikawa has claimed his first major trophy after storming home to victory at Harding Park.
Collin Morikawa has stamped himself as one of the biggest rising stars in golf with a thrilling two-stroke victory over Paul Casey and Dustin Johnson.
With just five holes to play, Morikawa was locked in an incredible six-way tie for the lead at 10-under par along with five golfers within one shot, including Jason Day, Paul Casey, Tony Finau, Cameron Champ and Dustin Johnson.
A bride on the par-4 14th hole earned Morikawa a one-shot lead.
But it was this drive, and eagle putt at the short par-4 16th hole that separated Morikawa from the chasing pack.
Paul Casey and Dustin Johnson would end up finishing two strokes back at 11-under par.
Jason Day closed with a 4-under 66 finishing in a tie for fourth place at 10-under par alongside Matthew Wolff, Bryson DeChambeau, Tony Finau and Scottie Scheffler.
129 is the lowest closing 36-hole total score by a champion in men's golf major history…
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