After a tough start on Thursday with a 79 (+7), the results have just been better by each day. Thursday was followed up with a 76 (+4) on Friday followed by a 72 (par) on Saturday. Today, Sunday he manage to get home with a 71 (-1) despite recording an unfortunate triple bogie on hole 5.
"I guess I'm a bit tournament rusty", say Jonson. "I was really happy to see 11 birdies fall during the last two days. I fought very hard to find my game from day 1 even when I had to fight for just saving par in the beginning. It's been a long 4 days of competition and I'm proud to have stayed positive and aggressive all the way through."
Johnsons last day score was tied 8 for the day and he ended up as 22nd in the total standing over the 4 days with a total score of 298 (+10). The Pan Am Champion is Marcelo Rozo, Colombia with 275 (-13) just one shot clear off Tommy Cocha, Argentina and Felipe Aguilar, Chile.
Link: Pan Am Golf results