Gooch, 31, shot an impressive 7-under 64 Friday at Sentosa Golf Club for his fourth consecutive LIV Golf round lead.
The former 4 Aces GC player was still searching for his first LIV Golf win last week when he jumped out to an early lead at LIV Golf Adelaide after an impressive 10-under 62.
He followed it up that Saturday with a second 62 for an incredible 10-stroke lead after 36 holes. He wasn't able to continue his low scores by Sunday but he was able to hold on to claim his first LIV Golf title.
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Immediately following LIV Golf's trip to Australia, the league left for Singapore as it makes its first back-to-back tournament run of the 2023 season.
Conditions in Singapore were not nearly as kind as they had been in Adelaide, as pouring rain forced the round to be briefly suspended.
Still, Gooch, who now plays for the Range Goats GC, was able to top the 48-player field.
Speaking to reporters following his round, Gooch said:
Gooch also spoke about the eagle he made at the par-5 18th:
Brooks Koepka, Cameron Smith, and two others were one-stroke back of Gooch after 18 holes Friday. A trio of LIV Golf captains - Bryson DeChambeau, Phil Mickelson, and Louis Oosthuizen - were two-strokes back.
Mickelson's Hy Flyers GC led the team leaderboard after Friday's round at 12-under par. They had a one-stroke lead over Oosthuizen's Stinger GC.
The team Gooch plays on, the Range Goats, were a part of the group tied for third.