Dustin Johnson won the second major of his career as he concluded a dominant week at Augusta in style.
Dustin Johnson offered his rivals a flicker of false hope early in his Sunday round before pulling clear for a comprehensive Masters win.
Dustin Johnson's record-breaking Masters win moved him to tears even before he completed his final round on Sunday.
World number one Dustin Johnson remains in charge at the Masters, but his lead is just two at the halfway point of the final round.
Tiger Woods found the water three times at the par-three 12th, with a score of 10 for the hole seeing him go from three under to four over.
The man to beat at the Masters, Dustin Johnson is yet to capitalise on a 54-hole lead in his major career.
Tiger Woods clinched his fifth Masters title in 2019, and looks likely to be handing over the green jacket to a new champion on Sunday.
It is not the first time Dustin Johnson has led a major after 54 holes and he needs to reverse a trend if he is to win the Masters.
It will take some effort to prevent Dustin Johnson becoming Masters champion after a stunning third round at Augusta National.
Dustin Johnson's outstanding Augusta form is likely to have taken the Masters out of reach for a recovering Rory McIlroy.