Dustin Johnson could finally be getting his hands on the FedExCup as he goes into Monday's final round of the Tour Championship with a five-shot lead at East Lake.
During Sunday's third round, Johnson equalled the lowest score of the week, shooting a six-under par round of 64 to reach 19-under for the tournament, with Justin Thomas and Xander Schauffele his closest challengers at 14-under.
Johnson went into the third round just one clear at the top and started his round with two pars, before a birdie at the 3rd hole extended his lead to three strokes, with Sungjae Im making bogey on the same hole.
Thomas, who won the FedExCup back in 2017, rolled in a brilliant 30-footer to save par at the 5th and and followed that up with a 20-foot putt for eagle at the par-5 6th.
Johnson only managed a disappointing par at the 6th, but made birdies at the 7th and 9th to go four ahead at the turn.
The 22-time PGA Tour winner then rolled in a 20-foot putt for birdie at the 10th, before dropping his only shot of the day at the next when he missed a six-foot putt to save par.
It was back to business for Johnson at the 12th though as he sunk a 25-foot putt from the fringe of the green to make birdie, before adding two more at 14 and 18 to finish six-under par for the day.