Morikawa Plays a Steady Hand to Win Workday Championship

The arrangement was for PGA champion Collin Morikawa to wear a red shirt with his dark jeans Sunday to show uphold for Tiger Woods as he recuperates from vocation undermining leg wounds from an auto accident.

The garments transported to him never showed up, so Morikawa did the following best thing at the Workday Championship.

He played like him.

Marked to a two-shot lead, Morikawa shook off an early slip-up, recaptured control around the turn, conveyed two grasp putts and afterward played a consistent hand on a Concession Golf Club course known for disaster.

Very much like Woods has done so frequently, Morikawa constrained everybody to get him. Nobody did, and his 3-under 69 offered him a three-chance triumph for his first World Golf Championship.

“With how great the field was, the way acceptable my game felt, to finish it off with a particularly stacked leaderboard coming after me, it truly implies a ton,” Morikawa said.

He turned into the 24th player to win a significant and a World Golf Championship title, and the 24-year-old Californian joined Woods as the lone players to win both prior to turning 25.

Woods was 23 when he won the first of his 18 World Golf Championships.

Morikawa, who completed at 18-under 270, won for the fourth time in his keep going 34 beginnings on the PGA Tour. He completed three in front of Brooks Koepka (70), Viktor Hovland (67), and Billy Horschel (70), who played with Morikawa in the last gathering and saw the incomparable iron play that made him so difficult to get.

Concerning that red shirt? Morikawa thinks it stalled out in Tennessee as a result of the climate. He even sent his caddie to the circulation place to check whether it showed up.

A few different players wore the troupe that Woods put on the map, and Tony Finau made it an additional stride by showing up at Concession with his cap turned in reverse.