Dustin Johnson said his first season on the LIV Golf Tour "could've been better" despite winning over $35 million and becoming both the individual and team champion in Miami.
The two-time major winner was confirmed as the best individual player on top of the points list at Trump National Doral, before celebrating the 4 Aces victory in the Team Championship.
Johnson, Patrick Reed, Talor Gooch and Pat Perez carded respective scores of 70, 70, 71 and 70 to finish on 7-under-par, one shot ahead of Smash led by Cameron Smith.
With the scores level between 4 Aces and Smash on 6-under, Reed birdied the 2nd hole, his final hole of the round, to take his side to 7-under which proved decisive.
Each player banked $4 million after a dominant season in which they won four consecutive invitationals. Having also won $18 million for coming top of the individual leaderboard, Johnson ended the season with £35,637,766 in earnings.
Branden Grace and Peter Uihlein were presented as the runner-up and the third-place players in the season-long points list. Grace won his first LIV Golf title in Portland, while Uihlein lost in a playoff to Brooks Koepka at the Jeddah Invitational.
LIV Golf 2022 - Final earnings
10. Eugenio Lopez-Chacarra - $6,929,000
9. Cameron Smith - $7,378,750
8. Pat Perez - $8,021,667
7. Charl Schwartzel - $8,132,000
6. Brooks Koepka - $8,273,500
5. Talor Gooch - $10,374,499
4. Patrick Reed - $12,211,714
3. Peter Uihlein - $12,664,785 (+ $4m)
2. Branden Grace - $16,859,666 (+ $8m)
1. Dustin Johnson - £35,637,766 (+ $18m)