Dustin Johnson is teeing it up at the PGA Tour’s 3M Open this week without his long-time caddie, and brother, Austin Johnson.
Q. Joined by Dustin Johnson. Dustin, how would you rate your performance today? DUSTIN JOHNSON: I thought I played very solid. Got off to a nice start. Struggled a little bit on 7, 8, and 9. Kind of gave a few shots away there. Other than that, played really well. Didn’t get up and down on …
Dustin Johnson has good memories of Royal St George's after finishing tied second at the 2011 British Open and the world number one is confident of going one better this year. The 37-year-old American won the Masters in November, his second major title, and believes he is playing well enough to make a strong challenge for the Claret Jug this week. Johnson finished three shots behind Northern Ireland's Darren Clarke at Sandwich in 2011.
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The June 10-13 Palmetto Championship replaced the Canadian Open on the PGA Tour's schedule after that event was cancelled due to logistical challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic. "I have heard nothing but great reviews about the golf course at Congaree and have no doubt it will provide a stiff challenge for all of us on the PGA Tour," Johnson, who won the 2016 U.S. Open, said in a statement.
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