Cameron Smith wins LIV Golf Chicago event; Dustin Johnson's 4 Aces win fourth consecutive team title
Subsequent to completing T-4 in his LIV Golf debut recently in Boston, Smith won in his second beginning at LIV Golf Chicago on Sunday at Rich Gather Ranches in Sugar Forest, Illinois.
The 29-year-old Aussie entered the last round with a three-shot lead and strolled off
the course with a three-shot win, with Peter Uihlein and Dustin Johnson T-2 at 10 under.
Positioned No. 3 on the planet, Smith hasn't lost his structure since joining the Greg Norman-drove upstart series that is right now in conflict with the PGA Visit. In 18 beginnings keep going year on Visit, Smith procured seven top-10 wraps up,
including a triplet of wins at the Guard Competition of Champions, the Players Title and Open Title (his most memorable significant title).
Driven by chief Dustin Johnson, the 4 Pros came out on top for the group championship for the fourth successive occasion, this time at 24 under. Streams Koepka and his Crush GC completed second at 22 under.
Upheld by Saudi Arabia's Public Speculation Asset, LIV Golf has been scrutinized as a way for the Realm to "sportswash" its common liberties record.
Saudi Arabia has been blamed for far reaching denials of basic freedoms, including politically spurred killings, torment, constrained vanishings and heartless treatment of detainees. Furthermore,
individuals from the illustrious family and Saudi government were blamed for contribution in the homicide of Jamal Khashoggi, a Saudi writer and Washington Post reporter.