Dustin Johnson made a clutch putt on the first playoff hole at Cedar Ridge Country Club in Tulsa, Oklahoma Sunday to earn his second LIV Golf title.
Gooch was a member of Johnson's team in 2022, but was swapped out and joined the Range Goats for 2023.
Since then, the two have exchanged remarks towards each other through press conferences.
After Gooch won his first event in Adelaide, Johnson told reporters:
Gooch went on to win back-to-back LIV Golf events with the next tournament in Singapore.
After his second victory, he told reporters:
All three players were tied at 17-under in Oklahoma after 54 holes.
They replayed the par-4 18th, where all three had similar birdie chances. However, it was Johnson who came out victorious as the only of the three to sink his birdie putt.
With it, the American joins Gooch and Brooks Koepka, as the only three players to earn multiple LIV Golf events in the league's short history.
Grace's Stinger GC took home the team title, while Johnson's 4 Aces came in second, and the Range Goats claimed third.