Dustin Johnson has enough points to clinch the inaugural LIV Golf Singles Championship of the season and the $18 million prize, LIV officials announced Monday.
The two-time major winner has secured five top-10 finishes in his opening six tournaments and won the LIV Golf Invitational Boston last month.
He earned $4 million for this win. In Bangkok on Sunday Johnson, 38, finished 16th at the LIV Golf Invitational.
Johnson's consistency gives him a 42-point lead over the next closest player, Branden Grace, with the winner of the season's final individual.
"Concluding the individual competition is big. It's an honor to be LIV's first individual season champion,” Johnson said.
The 38-year-old expressed his thanks to the "growing legion of LIV fans around the world" and said he "looks forward to further contributing to LIV Golf's exciting story.
The controversial LIV Golf Series has caused a rift in professional golf as LIV golfers have been banned from the PGA Tour and currently no world ranking points.
The PGA Tour and LIV Golf are embroiled in a legal battle with lawsuits against each other. In August, the LIV Series joined an antitrust lawsuit filed by some of its players,