Hideki Matsuyama finished at 18 under after a 73 on Sunday to win the Hero World Challenge.
For Matsuyama, it is his fourth win worldwide in his last five starts, including the WGC-HSBC Champions in China earlier this fall. He held off Henrik Stenson by two strokes despite shooting a poor 39 on the back nine on Sunday.
Stenson closed with three birdies in his last five holes, but Matsuyama's lead was too much to overcome.
Fowler (-13) had a nice weekend of 68-69, and it was humorous to see where his mind was at on Saturday afternoon as Oklahoma and Oklahoma State (Fowler's alma mater) played for the Big 12 title.
Michael Collins of ESPN Tweeted Sunday Fowler was checking the score throughout the Saturday of the tournament.
Dustin Johnson (-13) absolutely engorged himself on the par 5s where he was 11 under on the week. He didn't do much on any of the other holes, though.