On Monday, Dustin Johnson — a three-time winner on the PGA Tour in the 2019-20 season — won his second PGA Tour Player of the Year award, as voted on by his peers. Scottie Scheffler nabbed Rookie of the Year honors over Viktor Hovland after finishing in the top 10 at both the PGA Championship and Tour Championship to end the season.

Johnson, who through most of the first half of the season was fairly mediocre, closed with a flurry of incredible performances. He won the Travelers Championship after the PGA Tour restarted, finished runner-up at the PGA Championship and then won two of three FedEx Cup Playoff events, losing the other in a playoff to world No. 2 Jon Rahm. He also grabbed his first FedEx Cup overall and made nearly $20 million over the last month of the season.

This is Johnson’s second PGA Tour…

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