Written by
Bryan Mullen, LIV Golf Correspondent
May 06 2024
- 4 MIN
4Aces Singapore Team recap image

With the midway point of the LIV Golf season here, trends are starting to emerge. For 4Aces Golf Club, there are plenty of signs that a strong run is approaching.

The club finished tied for eighth at LIV Golf Singapore and currently stands 10th in the season-long team standings. While this isn’t exactly the position the team members were expecting, there’s no reason to believe they aren’t poised to close strong.

Captain Dustin Johnson is back on form after his T-7 finish in Singapore. It was his best showing since winning LIV Golf Las Vegas in dramatic fashion and was his third top-7 finish in seven events. The two-time major champion opened strong in Singapore and finished even stronger. Johnson shot 4-under 67 in Round 1 before an even-par 71 in tough scoring conditions on Saturday. But he was at his best on Sunday, firing a 5-under 66 to finish the week only five back of the winning score.

It's clear Johnson is clicking entering the upcoming PGA Championship at Valhalla, where he is exempt for winning the 2020 Masters.

Helping Johnson mostly in Singapore was Patrick Reed, who finished T-14. He was particularly strong on the weekend and closed with a 5-under 66 to match Johnson for the team’s lowest score of the day. Reed has put together solid finishes in the past three events, including a season-best T-9 at LIV Golf Miami. He is 30th in the season-long individual standings and is poised to make a strong jump due to his recent play.

Teammate Harold Varner III broke out on Saturday in tough scoring conditions with a 4-under 67, which was the best score of any team member. But a final-round 72 dropped him back on the leaderboard and he finished T-32.

It was a week to forget for Pat Perez, who ended his time in Singapore with a T-52 result. Always the consummate teammate, however, Perez had his best round of the week on Sunday when all four scores counted, and his even-par 71 was one shot better than Varner III.

Perez will use the upcoming break to get back to his form from LIV Golf Las Vegas where he finished a season-best T-15.