Dustin Johnson is third on tour in holes per eagles made, mostly because he’s such a good driver of the ball. That skill came in (...)
Dustin Johnson withdrew from The Barclays pro-am midway through his round at Plainfield Country Club in New Jersey on Wednesday due to illness, the PGA Tour said at the opening event of the FedExCup playoffs.
Jordan Spieth is "the prototype" of the modern-day golfer while Dustin Johnson, "the most immensely talented guy out there who hasn't won a major", needs to take his game to a higher mental level, according to Paul Azinger.
SHEBOYGAN, Wis. — Dustin Johnson is unquestionably good enough to win a major. He’s been in the hunt plenty of times, but for a (...)
It’s not fun to watch.
No one knows better than Dustin Johnson how one disastrous hole at Whistling Straits can ruin a final round in a PGA Championship.
After carding a quadruple-bogey 8 on the first hole of Sunday’s final round of the PGA Championship, you’d have to say it’s Whistling Straits: 2, Dustin Johnson: 0. Video via The Big Lead It took Dustin Johnson just one hole in Sunday’s...Show More Summary
SHEBOYGAN, Wis. — Jason Day and his caddie-slash-teacher Colin Swatton were standing on the back of the 14th green, looking out in the distance as Dustin Johnson was preparing to hit his potentially par-saving putt. They both saw a flash of lightning, with Day pointing toward it. Typically, golfers stop when they see lightning. Show More Summary
The severe weather toyed with Johnson's game as well Friday. He's now 5 shots back of the leaders
Jordan Spieth catches fire and Dustin Johnson is lurking.
Considering Jordan Spieth has already won two majors this year and Dustin Johnson has yet to win one, it is easy to see one golfer has enjoyed more success. But how they got there is pretty jarring. Through the first round of the PGA...Show More Summary
Tiger's worst summer ever could come to a quick and abrupt end Friday afternoon at Whistling Straits. Friday afternoon's coverage at the PGA Championship will largely be consumed by Dustin Johnson's efforts to extend his lead and Tiger...Show More Summary
USA Today Sports' Christine Brennan reports from Whistling Straits on Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth and Tiger Woods.
Dustin Johnson leads after round one at the US PGA Championship, while Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth make solid starts.
Mr. Thursday was at it again, taking the first-round lead of a major.
Johnson, who has won nine times on the PGA Tour but has yet to win a major, was relaxed en route to a six-under-par 66 and a one-shot lead after the first round.
SHEBOYGAN, Wis. — In some ways it doesn’t matter that Dustin Johnson hasn’t won a major yet. He’s clearly one of the (...)
Rory McIlroy was nervous about his game. Jordan Spieth was frustrated with his putting.
Johnson, who has won nine times on the PGA Tour but has yet to win a major, completed his first round Thursday with a six-under-par 66, finishing his round as the leader in the clubhouse.
Dustin Johnson, so often the nearly man in recent majors, stayed patient and took advantage of relatively calm early conditions to stand one stroke clear after the opening round of the PGA Championship on Thursday.