Oakville, ON (Sports Network) - Brandt Snedeker posted a 2-under 70 on Sunday and it was more than enough for him to win the Canadian Open by three strokes.

Snedeker finished at 16-under-par 272. The win was his sixth on the PGA Tour.

Dustin Johnson birdied the 16th hole to tie Snedeker atop the leaderboard but hit his tee shot out of bounds on 17, then left his fourth shot in a fairway bunker. That led to a triple-bogey, which dropped Johnson out of the lead.

Johnson managed a 2-putt birdie at the last for a 2-under 70. He was joined in second place at minus-13 by William McGirt (68), Matt Kuchar (71) and Jason Bohn (71).

Mark Wilson (70), John Merrick (71) and Roberto Castro (70) shared sixth place at 12-under-par 276 at Glen Abbey Golf Club.