WGC-HSBC Champions 2013 PGA Tour

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Dustin Johnson tees off at the 16th hole on Sunday. Johnson now has won in each of his first seven seasons on the PGA Tour, the most by any player since Woods in his first 14 seasons through 2009.
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Paulina Gretzky attends most of Dustin Johnson's tournaments and she didn't miss HSBC Champions, the biggest win of her finace's career.
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Graeme McDowell had a share lead at one point on Sunday but couldn't keep up with the charging Dustin Johnson. "He's just a quality, talented, very athletic, classy player," McDowell said of Johnson. "Yeah, he makes mistakes. But when you've got a game as good as him, you can get away with a few mistakes. He's just got a great wedge game to go with just an outrageously good driving game."
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Ian Poulter reacts after his chip shot at the 6th hole before finishing third on the final day the WGC-HSBC Champions. "A little disappointed not to put my hands back on the trophy," said Poulter, who won the HSBC Champions last year at Mission Hills. "But 15 birdies and an eagle at the weekend is some pretty good golf. Dustin finished the job. It was good golf and it was good fun to play in that group."
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Rory McIlroy continued his good play in Shanghai, finishing T6 at the HSBC Champions.
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Phil Mickelson walks off the green on the 18th hole Sunday. Mickelson went low Sunday, shooting 65 and finishing 14th.
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Bubba Watson acknowledges the crowd during round four of the WGC-HSBC Champions at Sheshan International Golf Club.
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Dustin Johnson wins the HSBC Champions. We only wish John Keats was still around to write about about the World Golf Championship trophies.
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Marshals and the scoreboard during the final round of the WGC-HSBC Champions at the Sheshan International Golf Club.
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Dustin Johnson walks to the eighth green during the final round of the WGC-HSBC Champions. "You know what?" Johnson said about winning a major. "If I play like I did this week, I'm going to win one, for sure."
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Paulina Gretzky has been with Johnson in Thailand, Australia and China in the last month.
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Johnson shot 30-36 in the third round.
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Rory McIlroy rang up six birdies and one bogey Saturday for a 67.
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McIlroy is seeking his first victory of 2013. He trails Johnson by six shots.
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Ian Poulter is alone in second place after a 63.
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Martin Kaymer fired a course-record 62 but still trails Johnson by eight shots heading into Sunday.
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Graeme McDowell is in third place, four shots back.
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Dustin Johnson shot a 66 to take a 3-shot lead into Sunday's final round.
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Dustin Johnson shot a course-record nine-under 63 in the second round to take a five-shot lead.
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Johnson's score was four shots better than anyone else on Friday.
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Johnson has never won a WGC event.
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Phil Mickelson fired a four-under 68.
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Mickelson won this event in 2009.
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Bubba Watson is tied for second after a 69.
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Rory McIlroy shot a 72 to fall into a tie for second.
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McIlroy was in the lead after the first round.
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Defending champion Ian Poulter shot a 67.
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Sergio Garcia is tied for fifth after a 68.
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Johnson double-bogeyed the 18th hole after splashing his tee shot.
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Thursday After a strong finish at the Korea Open and a win over Tiger Woods in an exhibition match at Mission Hills, Rory McIlroy continued down the comeback trail Thursday, taking a 2-shot lead after one round at the HSBC Champions.
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Eight birdies gave McIlroy a 7-under 65. "It felt good to be out there and in control of my golf ball," McIlroy told the Associated Press after his round.
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According to the Associated Press, this is the first time since McIlroy won in Dubai last November that he has been in the outright lead after any round.
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Coming off what he described as a "perfect win" at last week's BMW Masters, Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano shot a 5-under 67 and stands tied for second place behind McIlroy.
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Despite three bogeys, Welshman Jamie Donaldson managed an eagle on 16 to match Fernandez-Castano with a 67.
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Jordan Spieth picked up right where he left off. The 20-year-old who started the 2013 season with no status and finished ranked No. 20 in the world dropped five birdies on the front nine and sits in a four-way tie for fourth place.
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Bubba Waston's opening round 68 -- featuring his headcover doppelganger -- put him in a tie for fourth place with Spieth, Justin Rose and Tommy Fleetwood.
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See the resemblance?
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Reigning U.S. Open champion Justin Rose joined the four-man group at 4-under in fourth place.
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One shot back of McIlroy with two holes to play, Mickelson hit two wedges into the water on the par-5 eighth and took a quadruple-bogey 9. His 71 dropped him to T28.