So, for those of you scoring at home, Woods, Rose and Johnson all left Atlanta on top. Got it?
Justin Rose lost the battle on Monday at the BMW Championship, but in a way, he won the war.
It’s not difficult to appreciate Dustin Johnson. He often makes a difficult game look easy. What’s difficult is subduing the inclination to simply expect him to do it all the time.
Former world No.1 Rory McIlroy has a warning for the new man at the summit of global golf.
New world No.1 Justin Thomas has a tough act to follow in Dustin Johnson, especially with pal Jordan Spieth nipping at his heels.
Todd Clements has waltzed through the final stage of Sunshine Tour Q-School in South Africa but the MENA Tour star won’t be relinquishing his amateur status immediately.
Dustin Johnson’s usual weekend form at Riviera allows him to climb into contention at the Genesis Open
Since 2009, no other player has shot lower at Riviera Country Club on the weekend than Dustin Johnson. A two-time winner of the Genesis Open, including a year ago, he is a combined 43 under over the final two rounds.
Dustin Johnson didn’t win for a third time at Pebble Beach on Sunday, but he did enough to remain No. 1 in the Official World Golf Ranking when it came out on Monday. That in itself wasn’t particularly newsworthy, but it gave DJ a pretty special OWGR anniversary.
Dustin Johnson doesn’t usually sweat the small stuff. But what about something relatively big—like losing his No. 1 spot on the World Ranking?
A year ago, Jon Rahm was the 137th-ranked player in the world. With a successful title defense at this week’s Farmers Insurance Open, he will move to No. 1 in just 44 starts. Crazy, right?
The wins have stopped piling up for Phil Mickelson since his 2013 Open Championship triumph, but the ability to play world-class golf certainly hasn’t left Lefty.