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Justin Rose took eight shots behind to win the HSBC Champions

SHANGHAI (AP) — Justin Rose took advantage of a record-tying collapse by Dustin Johnson and rallied from eight shots behind to win the HSBC Champions.

Johnson, the world's No. 1 player going for his third World Golf Championships title of the year, lost a six-shot lead. That matches the largest blown lead in the final round on the PGA Tour, most recently by Sergio Garcia at Quail Hollow in 2005 and Greg Norman in the 1996 Masters.

Rose seized on the surprising opportunity with a 31 on the back nine, making birdies on the 16th and 17th holes and closing with a 5-under 67. He won for the first time since capturing the gold medal at the Olympics last summer in Rio de Janeiro.

It was his second World Golf Championships title.


Chilling with the boys after the round…. Time for a cuppa!! ☕️?⌚️

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Bogey at the last for 68 ? (-9 T3) #Team?#HSBCchampions

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Morning practice and 9 holes. #HSBC

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