For a time on Sunday, it looked as if Dustin Johnson was going to run away with his 14th career PGA Tour victory.
In the end -- with pursuers like runner-up Tommy Fleetwood and third-place finishers Jon Rahm and Ross Fisher -- it was much closer than that at the WGC-Mexico Championship.
Leading by a single shot with one hole to play, Johnson found a fairway bunker with his tee shot. It wasn't the easiest of shots to get out either.
But, the man who became World No. 1 two weeks ago with a win at the Genesis Open, went ahead and did this:
That set up a pretty ho-hum two-putt par, and a 3-under 68, for the victory -- by one -- over Fleetwood.
With the win, Johnson became the first player since Adam Scott in 2014 to be victorious in his very first start after acquiring the No. 1 world ranking.
After seeing shots like that one, it's hard to imagine another player supplanting Johnson at the world's top spot any time soon.