dustin johnson

dustin johnson News

Dustin Johnson clinches 20th title with runaway win at WGC-Mexico Championship

Dustin Johnson has won at least once every year since he joined the PGA Tour in 2008. Only Tiger Woods (80) and Phil Mickelson (44) have won more often among players currently aged under 50.

Shubhankar Sharma lies Tied 54th; Dustin Johnson extends lead to four at WGC-Mexico Championship

Shubhankar Sharma produced only his second under par card of the week, a one-under 70 in the third round to lie tied 54th at the World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship in Mexico on Sunday.

Advertising

Justin Thomas wins World Golf Championships; Anirban Lahiri finishes tied-sixth

Justin Thomas finished at 15-under 265 at Firestone, while fellow American Kyle Stanley carded 68 for second place on 11 under.

Tied for lead, Dustin Johnson primed to regain top ranking

After a 15-month run at number one, Dustin Johnson relinquished top spot four weeks ago to fellow American Justin Thomas, who is not playing this week.

Players Championship: Anirban Lahiri opens with solid 69 to be tied 27th; Dustin Johnson in six-way lead

Dustin Johnson wielded a new putter with precision, notching six birdies for a six-under-par 66, his lowest ever score at TPC Sawgrass on a day when Tiger Woods could manage only a 72.

Dustin Johnson hanging on to No. 1 by a thread at The Players Championship

Justin Thomas, Jon Rahm, Jordan Spieth and Justin Rose have a mathematical chance at The Players Championship to replace Dustin Johnson atop the world ranking.

Advertising

Ted Potter outplays Dustin Johnson to win Pebble Beach

Ted Potter Jr. wound up winning by three shots over Dustin Johnson (72), Phil Mickelson (67), Jason Day (70) and Chez Reavie (68). He finished with a par to finish at 17-under 270.

Johnson beats all-star cast to win first World Championship

He followed with an 8-foot birdie putt on the 17th and closed with a 6-under 66 for a three-shot win over Ian Poulter.

Johnson jumps 7 places after record round

Plunders six birdies in the first seven holes to end day in lead with 9-under.

Woods,McIlroy stumble

Oosthuizen reeled off nine birdies on his way to an eight-under 63,including a tournament record seven in a row from the 4th,to move to 19 under par.

Advertising