A look at some stats and facts after the final round of the WGC-HSBC Champions at Sheshan Golf Club (West) in Shanghai, China, where Justin Rose (67) won by two shots.
- Justin Rose’s eight-stroke come-from-behind victory sets a personal best, a tournament best and a World Golf Championships record.
- Dustin Johnson’s birdie-free round was the seventh of his career. His eight-shot blown lead was the third worst in PGA Tour history.
- Henrik Stenson’s runner-up was his second to Rose in the past 15 months (2016 Olympics).
- Brooks Koepka finished runner-up for the fifth time in his PGA Tour career.
- Phil Mickelson matched Rose’s 5-under-par 67 for the low final round of the day. With the score, Mickelson moved to T15 for the tournament.
- Peter Uihlein, a PGA Tour rookie and son of Titleist CEO Wally, shot a final-round 72 to finish T5. It is his second consecutive top-10 finish after a T10 at the CIMB Classic.
- Richard Sterne, of South Africa, shot a 4-under 68 for the day’s only bogey-free round.
- Wu Ashu finished as the top Chinese golfer (T20), and the only one in the red (-3), after a second consecutive 1-over 73.
- Ashun Wu (-3) T20
- Wenchong Liang (+1) T38
- XInjun Zhang (+2) T44
- Haotong Li (+4) T50
- Yanwei Liu (+9) T69
- Zecheng Dou (+12) T73
- Yi Cao (+23) 77
ROSE’S WINNING STREAK
Rose won for the first time in 2017, making it eight straight calendar years with a win.
2017 WGC – HSBC Championship
2016 Olympic Golf Competition
2015 UBS Hong Kong Open
2015 Zurich Classic of New Orleans
2014 Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open
2014 Quicken Loans National
2013 U.S. Open Championship
2012 WGC – Cadillac Championship
2011 BMW Championship
2010 AT&T National
2010 The Memorial Tournament
ROUND 1: Gavin Green (65), Patrick Reed (66), Wu Ashun (67), Matt Kuchar (67)
ROUND 2: Dustin Johnson (63), Brooks Koepka (68), Charl Schwartzel (70)
ROUND 3: Poom Saksansin (68)
ROUND 4: Richard Sterne (68)
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