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Bengaluru — World No 1 Dustin Johnson carded his worst round of the tournament but did enough to win the Saudi International on Sunday for a second time in three years.

The American managed only three birdies, offset by a bogey on the 16th hole, to sign for a two-under-par 68 and finish at 15-under, two shots ahead of his compatriot Tony Finau and Englishman Justin Rose who tied for second place...

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