Dustin Johnson finally got his hands on the FedExCup after claiming the Tour Championship at East Lake and did so using a full bag of TaylorMade equipment.
After struggling to find consistent form over the past year, Johnson has been phenomenal in recent weeks and after reclaiming the World No.1 spot, the 36-year-old has now added the FedExCup to his trophy cabinet.
"I'm definitely playing probably the best I've ever played," said Johnson. "I really feel like everything is dialled in pretty well.
"Obviously when you play this golf course, you think you're driving it bad but you're really not just because the fairways are so narrow. But I've just got a lot of confidence in every part of my game right now.
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"Obviously we have a couple days off, but then our new season starts on Thursday, I'm not playing this week, but you've only got a few days and then got to get ready for the US Open.
"To win the FedExCup means a lot. Obviously it's a very tough trophy to win, and I've been close several times. This time I did control my own destiny, which I knew what I had to do. I had the lead to start, but I still had to go out and play well today.
"I had a lot of great players right behind me and they played some good golf. It got pretty close there at the end, which is what I thought it would be. I knew I was going to have to come down the stretch and hit some golf shots.
"It was a tough day, and a tough golf course, and I'm definitely excited that it's over and that I can celebrate a little bit now. I'm very proud to be the FedExCup champion."
DUSTIN JOHNSON - What's in the bag of the FedExCup champion
- TaylorMade SIM 10.5° driver
- TaylorMade SIM Max 15.0° fairway
- TaylorMade SIM Max 21.0 fairway
- TaylorMade P730 3-PW irons
- TaylorMade MG 52° and 60° wedges
- TaylorMade Spider Tour IB Limited
- TaylorMade TP5X ball #1