At an event exclusively for golfers who have won on the PGA Tour over the last 12 months, Harris English broke an eight-year winless drought on Sunday at the Tournament of Champions.

If that’s confusing, it should be. The 42-golfer field included both winners from 2020 as well as everyone who finished in the top 30 in the FedEx Cup standings (where English finished 12th). He’s been a top-10 (or so) golfer in the world throughout the last year, even if it took until 2021 for him to get the win to prove it.

It was a bit bumpy coming home on Sunday. Following a 21-under showing over the first three days, English played the first 11 holes on Sunday in even par and gave up his co-lead after three rounds. It took a Herculean finish that included five birdies (and the shot of the tournament) in the last eight holes for…

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