Misery makes company, so no one would have blamed Brooks Koepka for missing The Honda Classic cut as his Thursday-Friday playing partners, Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson, looked lost on PGA National's Champion course. However, as McIlroy and Johnson were struggled after three-and-a-half hours of weather delays in Round 2, Koepka thrived. Show More Summary
The golf knowledge of last week's Northern Trust Open
What to make of Sergio's latest giveaway and other big stories from the week at Riviera. It was a fun week at the Northern Trust Open, capped by a dramatic Sunday that featured lots of leaked oil at Riviera. No one crashed harder at the end than Sergio Garcia. Show More Summary
It took three playoff holes, but James Hahn ended Sunday solo atop the Northern Trust Open leaderboard. Hahn won his first PGA Tour title on Sunday, defeating Dustin Johnson and Paul Casey in overtime at Riviera Country Club. The three players finished regulation at 6-under 278. Show More Summary
This sleek Santa Monica contemporary offers a front-row seat of the Riviera Country Club golf course, where the likes Bubba Watson, Dustin Johnson and Jim Furyk will tee off at the 2015 Northern Trust Open starting Thursday. Walls of glass and a large central skylight illuminate the interiors...
The PGA Tour descends on the Los Angeles area this week for the Northern Trust Open. Bubba Watson is defending champion, headlining a field at Riviera Country Club that includes Dustin Johnson, Jordan Spieth, Bill Haas, Jim Furyk and...Show More Summary
Pebble Beach is Dustin Johnson's Happy Place. The two-time AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am winner knocked off whatever rust lingered from a six-month PGA Tour leave of absence in his second 2015 start, finishing tied for fourth with...Show More Summary
It will be a family affair at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am this week.
Dustin Johnson missed the cut in his first event after a six-month leave of absence.
Good to see DJ back on the course.
The big story from Thursday’s first round at the Farmers Insurance Open was the withdrawal of Tiger Woods, who gave up after 11 holes because of back pain. Actually, that wasn’t just a big story, it was a massive tale that blotted out the sun, let alone any other details from the tournament. However, there were […]
Dustin Johnson hasn't said much lately, but he said Thursday it was good to be back.
Welcome back, Dustin Johnson. Johnson played his first PGA Tour round in six months on Thursday, coming back from a leave of absence at the Farmers Insurance Open. The bomber didn't take very long to remind his peers what he's capable...Show More Summary
Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson will try to make a cut this week, while Dustin Johnson returns after a six-month hiatus in what should be one of the better winter PGA Tour events. One of the marquee early-season events tees off Thursday at Torrey Pines and everyone will be watching to see if it can get any worse for the man who has owned this event. Show More Summary
The PGA Tour moves to San Diego and Torrey Pines this week for the Farmers Insurance Open. The event marks the return of Dustin Johnson after a six-month absence, joining a loaded field. The picks are pretty obvious for this week'sShow More Summary
Dustin is getting prepared to make a return to the PGA Tour after a self imposed six month break from the game. There were many rumors about why he took this break I give my take on his story.
Suspension or leave of absence, Dustin Johnson will have been away from the PGA Tour for six months when he returns to competition at the Farmers Insurance Open in two weeks. On Friday, tournament officials confirmed Johnson has committed to the event to be played Feb. Show More Summary
Dustin Johnson will return to the PGA Tour at next month's Farmers Insurance Open in San Diego, ending a six-month leave of absence from golf to seek help for "personal challenges".
Dustin Johnson has set his return to the PGA Tour in two weeks at the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines.
Dustin Johnson plans to return from his leave of absence in two weeks at Torrey Pines.