Dustin Johnson hopes to end drought for world No. 1’s
Dustin Johnson hopes to end drought for world No.
1 golfer has won the Masters Tournament.
“Obviously, I’m playing well coming into this week, so hopefully I can continue that success.
I’m looking forward to giving myself a chance to win on Sunday.” For that to happen, Johnson admits that his game will have to continue to be in top form.
“I’ve always liked the course – always thought it suits my game very well,” he said of Augusta National.
“It’s a tough golf course, and everything in your bag needs to be working for you to play well around here.
On Thursday and Friday, the National Weather Service is predicting winds of at least 20 mph.
Earlier this year, Clemson captured the NCAA football title, and Johnson’s alma mater (Coastal Carolina) won the 2016 NCAA baseball title.
“The (South Carolina) women won the other night, which was nice, and Coastal won baseball.” Johnson, a Gamecocks fan raised in Columbia, briefly paused before congratulating the football champions.
“I don’t think I’ll ever hear the end of that.” Masters Record Year Place Score Round Earnings 1 2 3 4 2016