MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Dustin Johnson emphatically reclaimed the No. 1 ranking Sunday, holing out for eagle from 170 yards on the final hole for a six-stroke victory in the St. Jude Classic.

“What a cool way to end the day,” Johnson said.

Johnson shot a 4-under 66 for his second victory this year and 18th of his career to take back the No. 1 ranking he held for 64 straight weeks before dropping down a month ago. He won the event for the second time, finishing at 19-under 261.

Andrew Putnam started the final round with a share of the lead for the first time in his PGA Tour career but made a double-bogey on the first hole and was unable to challenge Johnson. He shot 72 and finished at 13 under.

Johnson, who won the U.S. Open in 2016, heads to Shinnecock Hills for this year’s U.S. Open after stringing together four straight rounds in the 60s. He went 67, 63 and 65 in his first three rounds.

LPGA: Annie Park won the ShopRite LPGA Classic in Galloway, New Jersey, for her first victory, closing with an 8-under 63 for a one-stroke victory over Sakura Yokomine.

Park, 23, had an eagle and six birdies to complete 54 holes at 16-under 197, a stroke off the tournament record.

Yokomine, the winner of 23 events on the Japan LPGA Tour, flirted with a 59 but parred the par-5 18th for a 61 to tie the course record.

New Jersey native Marina Alex was third at 14 under after a 64. She made a hole-in-one at the par-3 17th.

EUROPEAN TOUR: Mikko Korhonen of Finland won the inaugural Shot Clock Masters by six strokes in Atzenbrugg, Austria, for his first European Tour title.

Holding a five-stroke lead going into the final round, Korhonen shot a 69 to finish 16-under par overall.

Connor Syme of Scotland holed a 60-foot birdie on the 18th to finish second.

It was the first European Tour event with a 40-second shot clock for most strokes.

CHAMPIONS TOUR: Second-round leader Tom Lehman was declared the winner of the Principal Charity Classic in Des Moines, Iowa, after rain washed out Sunday’s final round.

Lehman shot a 7-under 65 on Saturday for a two-day total of 131, two strokes ahead of Bernhard Langer, Glen Day, Woody Austin and Scott Parel.