Dustin Johnson will make his Hong Kong Open debut in October, joining a field that will also include former U.S. Open champion Justin Rose, the organizers said on Thursday.
If he ever wants to win a major, he needs to get a grip... or lose it.
It’s never going to happen for Dustin Johnson, is it? Heading into the third round of the British Open, Johnson sat at 10 under par, (...)
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland — It was all right there for the taking. The course was playing easy, the field was arrayed behind him, every stick in the bag was working the way it should have. Still, Dustin Johnson couldn't get it done. Once...Show More Summary
Prior to his tee shot on the 17th hole during the third round of the British Open Championship at St. Andrews on Sunday, England’s Eddie Pepperell held a share of the lead with Dustin Johnson at 10-under-par. Then he did this: Nerves. pic.twitter.com/vdrnYAGZYv — Michael Shamburger (@mshamburger1) July 19, 2015 With birdies on the final […]
Dustin Johnson teed off Sunday afternoon leading the British Open through 36 holes, but the competition he’ll need to fend off runs far deeper than just Jordan Spieth. A tournament that began as an apparent showdown between those two has evolved into something much more muddled. Moments before Johnson was due to tee off at 3 p.m. Show More Summary
Dustin Johnson began the third round of the British Open as the leader, having impressed everyone with the way he shook off that stunning loss at Chambers Bay.
Dustin Johnson's jinx at majors struck again as he went from favorite to outsider for the British Open with a scrappy three-over-par 75 at St Andrews on Sunday.
On a day for going low, Dustin Johnson goes the wrong way _ again _ at the British Open
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland - It was all right there for the taking. The course was playing easy, the field was arrayed behind him, every stick in the bag was working the way it should have. Still, Dustin Johnson couldn't get it done. Once...Show More Summary
The Latest: Dustin Johnson goes from lead to catch-up mode after tough day at the British Open
Dustin Johnson (75) opened the door and a wide range of players
So Jordan Spieth was out of contention at the British Open, right? Five strokes back of Dustin Johnson, who was showing no let up. No way to make up that much ground. Well, he did, and a little more. Spieth went low in Sunday's third...Show More Summary
The Latest: Searching for 1st major win, leader Dustin Johnson tees off at British Open
Some big names look to make a run at Dustin Johnson on Moving Day in Scotland.
Dustin Johnson is back on top of a major championship leaderboard, but a loaded group of chasers, including Jordan Spieth, are coming on Sunday in a day-late third round at St. Andrews. Dustin Johnson started his last weekend round at a major in the final group of the draw and he's right back in that spot again at the Open Championship. Show More Summary
After long delays on back-to-back days, the third round is in store for Sunday at the British Open. For the second consecutive major championship, Dustin Johnson will tee off in the final pairing on Sunday. Unlike at the U.S. Open when...Show More Summary
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland — Waiting out the Scottish gales at the British Open, Dustin Johnson worked out. Jordan Spieth napped. This is not meant to condemn naps. Naps are great, and if a reigning two-time major winner wants to spend a portion of the 10-plus hours of a wind delay sacked out, hey, more power to him. Show More Summary
Even with 155 years of history, the British Open can still serve up some strange twists at St. Andrews. Dustin Johnson gave Saturday some semblance of order.
However it happened, give the British Open officials a thumbs up for their pairing of the J&J boys, Johnson and Jordan.