Do you know Zach Johnson?

Zach Johnson - regarded to get Payne Stewart reward

 He is an American expert golfer who has 12 triumphs on the PGA Tour, including two significant titles, the 2007 Masters and the 2015 Open Championship.

Johnson, who tied for second at the PGA Championship a month ago, recorded rounds of 67, 60, 64, preceding finishing his eight-under 63 in close murkiness after a tempest postponement made an impermanent end play.

The 2016 US Open champ's 30-under score was only erratic, the least of more than four adjustments in PGA Tour history as of now held by Ernie Els, who set it at Kapalua in 2003 and by Justin Thomas at the Sony Open in 2017. 

Johnson has now succeeded at least once in all of his 13 PGA Tour seasons and, following his triumph on Sunday, sits in the FedEx Cup standings.

The American golfer made six birdies and one hawk on his way to a last cycle 63 at TPC Boston, completing a 30-under for the opposition and 11 shots in front of Harris English.

Dustin Johnson recovered his spot at the head of golf's reality rankings on account of a predominant 11-shot triumph at The Northern Trust on Sunday.  

Zach Johnson - regarded to get Payne Stewart reward

Dustin Johnson returns to world No. 1 with 11-shot triumph on PGA Tour because his victory is the 22nd on the PGA Tour, so he is number one in golf and, furthermore, is the fifth diverse player to involve the situation in 2020.

Zach Johnson hit 13 of 18 greens in guideline during his last round at the NORTHERN TRUST, completing at 7 under for the competition. Johnson completed his day tied for 49th at 7 under; Dustin Johnson is in first at 30 under; Harris English is in second at 19 under, and Daniel Berger is in third at 18 under.

Johnson celebrates with the trophy in the wake of winning the Northern Trust

The Northern Trust was the first of three occasions to make up the FedEx Cup end of the season games. The best 125 parts in the FedEx Cup standings qualified for the occasion in Boston, Massachusetts. 

The best 70 players currently advance to next week's BMW Championship, which thusly will decide the 30 players who will contend in the following month's Tour Championship in Atlanta.

Finally, I want to put a sentence that Johnson said it "I'd like to stay there for a little while," these words from the person who was last world No. 1 in May 2019.