Vincent finishes 16th at LIV TULSA SCOTT Vincent

Takudzwa Chitsiga-Sports Reporter

SCOTT Vincent finished on 16th position at the LIV Golf TULSA after carding six-under-par at Cedar Ridge Country Club in New York on Sunday. 

The Zimbabwean was part of the field for this week’s tournament and did not disappoint with rounds of 71, 70 and 67 for a total six-under. 

Vincent — who represented his country at the 2016 Olympics — has racked up five career wins, with his most famous triumph coming in the 2022 International Series in England that preceded LIV Golf’s inaugural event in London. 

He also won the International Series Order of Merit during the 2022 Asian Tour season to secure playing privileges for the 2023 LIV Golf League. 

Vincent’s Iron Heads’ team which also has Kevin Na and Sihwan Kim finished on position 11 after a combined 21-under-par score. 

Veteran Dustin Johnson won the individual trophy for the second time in his LIV Golf career with a birdie on the first playoff hole to defeat Branden Grace and Cameron Smith. 

Grace’s Stinger GC also won for the second time, by one stroke over the 4Aces in a victory sealed by Grace’s par putt on the final hole of regulation.

In becoming last year’s season-long Individual Champion, Johnson won a three-man playoff in Boston, making eagle on the first playoff hole. 

With his win on Sunday at Cedar Ridge Country Club, he became the third two-time winner in LIV Golf, joining Brooks Koepka and Talor Gooch. He also moved to sixth in the individual points standings after a slow start to his season. Meanwhile, the annual Golf Club Championships were held over the weekend with several top amateurs getting to the field.

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