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    No one does celebrations quite like Paulina Gretzky and Dustin Johnson. On Wednesday, Gretzky shared a collection of clips on her Instagram story from the couple’s afternoon outing with friends Kristina and Matt, which included stunning views aboard a boat in Palm Beach, Florida, as well as a new TikTok video. In one post, Johnson, 36, puts his moves on display as a “No. 1” trophy animation is placed nearby, a nod to his top world ranking. In another clip, he’s seen helping a bikini-clad Gretzky, 31, out of a window on the boat and onto the deck. The couple’s adventure comes days after the 2020 US Open, where Bryson DeChambeau captured his first major title. Johnson, who finished...
    Paulina Gretzky Instagram Dustin Johnson Instagram Instagram Instagram Ad Up Next Close NBA bubble star FaceTimes into delivery room for birth of son Celtics forward Gordon Hayward originally planned to leave the NBA... 4 View Slideshow Back Continue Share this: Facebook Twitter Flipboard WhatsApp Email Copy September 24, 2020 No one does celebrations quite like Paulina Gretzky and Dustin Johnson. On Wednesday, Gretzky shared a collection of clips on her Instagram story from the couple’s afternoon outing with friends Kristina and Matt, which included stunning views aboard a boat in Palm Beach, Florida, as well as a new TikTok video. In one post, Johnson, 36, puts his moves on display as a “No....
    Dustin Johnson and trainer “Joey D” have developed a fitness routine designed to peak for major chammpionships Watching Dustin Johnson stride across a golf course, looking calm, cool, and without a care in the world, you could be mistaken in thinking his success—23 PGA Tour wins, a major championship, FedEx Cup title, and 95 weeks at World No. 1—came about naturally, the result of his gifted athleticism. But it’s no accident. “Dustin has been very, very aware of what nutrition means for recovery and absorption,” Joey D says. “A lot of people eat because they enjoy it. Athletes, when you’re like Dustin, although he does enjoy certain meals, he understands now the benefit of what you’re eating and how the...
    TO be Dustin Johnson just for one day. Not only is the 36-year-old the best golfer on the planet right now. 19Inside Dustin Johnson's stunning Florida property portfolioCredit: . 19Johnson lives with pop star/model Paulina GretzkyCredit: Refer to Caption He's also engaged to the beautiful pop star/model Paulina Gretzky, who regularly appears on the PGA Tour cheering her beau on. And if that's not enough, Johnson's property portfolio isn't half bad either - owning TWO stunning homes in Florida's Palm Beach. Join SunSport in having a look around his lavish mansions, wishing you were there. ISLAND LIVING In 2015, Johnson splashed £4million on a waterfront house in the exclusive area of Palm Beach Gardens. Built on the waterfront, it spans...
    MODEL Paulina Gretzky shows off the open face that golfer fiance Dustin Johnson believes can help him hit greater heights. The American, 31, has been praised for her support as Dustin competes for the US Open title, which teed off yesterday. 3Paulina Gretzky revealed her enviable figure in a bright pink bikini 3Dustin Johnson has praised his fiancee for being a huge part of his successCredit: AP:Associated Press The couple have been dating since 2013 and got engaged only seven months after meeting. Dad-of-two Dustin, 36, who won the US Open in 2016, said: “She’s a huge part of me, our family and my success. "She’s home with the kids, and has been great with that, and just has been a...
    DUSTIN JOHNSON has paid tribute to partner Paulina Gretzky ahead of his shot at a second US Open title. The couple have been dating since 2013 and got engaged only seven months after meeting. 7Paulina Gretzky joined Dustin Johnson on course as he won the FedEx Cup before the weekend's US OpenCredit: Getty Images - Getty 7The couple have been together since 2013Credit: Instagram Paulina, 31, has been credited by Johnson, 36, for incredible "sacrifices" in looking after their family while he pursues his golfing career. He told GolfWeek: "She’s a huge part of me, our family and my success. "She’s home with the kids, and has been great with that, and just has been a huge supporter for...
    Dustin Johnson is forever grateful for his biggest supporter, Paulina Gretzky. “She’s a huge part of me, our family and my success,” the 36-year-old golfer recently told Golfweek. “She’s home with the kids, and has been great with that, and just has been a huge supporter for me, with everything I need to do. She understands everything it takes to get to where you want to be and the sacrifices you have to make. Having her dad as the greatest hockey player, she understands.” Johnson continued, “You couldn’t ask for a better partner.” Together since 2013, Johnson and Gretzky, 31, the daughter of Wayne Gretzky, share two young sons: Tatum, 5, and River, 3. The couple’s kids celebrated Johnson’s...
    Dustin Johnson is forever grateful for his biggest supporter, Paulina Gretzky. “She’s a huge part of me, our family and my success,” the 36-year-old golfer recently told Golfweek. “She’s home with the kids, and has been great with that, and just has been a huge supporter for me, with everything I need to do. She understands everything it takes to get to where you want to be and the sacrifices you have to make. Having her dad as the greatest hockey player, she understands.” Johnson continued, “You couldn’t ask for a better partner.” Together since 2013, Johnson and Gretzky, 31, the daughter of Wayne Gretzky, share two young sons: Tatum, 5, and River, 3. The couple’s kids celebrated Johnson’s recent...
    MAMARONECK, N.Y. (AP) — Another week, another big trophy for Dustin Johnson, this one without any cash. One week after he captured the FedEx Cup and its $15 million prize, Johnson was voted PGA Tour player of the year for the second time in the last five years. He also won the Jack Nicklaus Award, which comes with a bronze of Nicklaus famously raising his putter, in 2016. Johnson joins Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, Nick Price and Fred Couples as the only players to win the award multiple times since it began in 1990. Johnson was on the ballot with Justin Thomas, Jon Rahm, PGA champion Collin Morikawa and Webb Simpson. The tour historically does not release the tally of...
    MAMARONECK, N.Y. (AP) — Dustin Johnson had never been to Winged Foot until this week for the U.S. Open, or so he thought. The man is renowned for having a short memory. Turns out he was at Winged Foot some years ago for a corporate outing, though he can be forgiven for not remembering. It wasn’t on the fabled West course that has dished out equal parts joy and misery since it first hosted the U.S. Open in 1929. “I think we played the other one because I didn’t remember one hole,” Johnson said Tuesday. He is the best player in golf coming into the second major of the year, and he is not coming in blind. Johnson has glanced...
    Michigan State students to quarantine amid coronavirus outbreak Wet Markets Are Essential to Thai Cooking. So Why Are They Disappearing? Dustin Johnson named PGA Tour POY; Scottie Scheffler named Rookie of the Year Unlike last season there were no surprises in this year’s vote for either the PGA Tour Player of the Year or Rookie of the Year awards, with Dustin Johnson and Scottie Scheffler, respectively, capturing the post-season vote. © Provided by Golf Channel Johnson won three times in the 2019-20 season, including twice in the playoffs to claim the FedExCup for the first time. He also added seven top-10 finishes and missed just two cuts in 14 starts. Justin Thomas also had three victories and finished runner-up...
    Here’s a look at some key players at the U.S. Open this week at Winged Foot: Dustin Johnson No. 1 in the world, two wins and two seconds in past four events, newly minted FedExCup champion. Has four top-four finishes in U.S. Opens from 2014-18. Any questions? Jon Rahm For as talented as he is and for his No. 2 ranking, the Spaniard has yet to truly threaten at a major. He thrives on tough set-ups, as evidenced by his wins at Muirfield and Olympia Fields this year. That could bode well at Winged Foot, which will be a handful. Collin Morikawa He’s been one of the big stories of the season, as the PGA Championship winner. His form has...
    Dustin Johnson has never been to Winged Foot. That shouldn’t matter, though, considering the way he’s been devouring the PGA Tour for the past month. Winged Foot for this week’s U.S. Open, is going to be difficult. Very difficult. That shouldn’t matter to Johnson, either, because the game — regardless of how difficult the venue — looks easy to him right now. Take his past four tournaments for example: Johnson has won two of them, finished second in the other two and taken at least a share of the 54-hole lead into all four of them. He’s coming off last week’s Tour Championship victory, winning $15 million and the FedExCup in the process. He’s the unquestioned No. 1-ranked player in...
    Dustin Johnson has never been to Winged Foot. That shouldn’t matter, though, considering the way he’s been devouring the PGA Tour for the past month. Winged Foot for this week’s U.S. Open, is going to be difficult. Very difficult. That shouldn’t matter to Johnson, either, because the game — regardless of how difficult the venue — looks easy to him right now. Take his past four tournaments for example: Johnson has won two of them, finished second in the other two and taken at least a share of the 54-hole lead into all four of them. He’s coming off last week’s Tour Championship victory, winning $15 million and the FedExCup in the process. He’s the unquestioned No. 1-ranked player in...
    Two-time golf major winner John Daly - who used to smoke 40 cigarettes and drink 28 Diet Cokes a day - has been diagnosed with bladder cancer. Though Daly underwent successful surgery, he says there is 'an 85 per cent chance it comes back', leaving him hoping for a 'miracle'. The 54-year-old American, who won the 1991 PGA Championship and the 1995 Open at St Andrews, is well known for puffing away on a cigarette out on the course.  American golfer John Daly, 54, who formerly smoked 40 cigarettes a day as well as drinking 28 Diet Cokes, has been diagnosed with bladder cancer Daly sips on a drink during a tournament last year - he said he...
    Joe Sargent/Getty Images Diontae Johnson #18 of the Pittsburgh Steelers celebrates his touchdown with JuJu Smith-Schuster #19 and James Conner #30 during a game against the Cincinnati Bengals in 2019. This afternoon the Pittsburgh Steelers released their first injury report of the 2020 season and the news isn’t good for the team’s offense. Starting right guard David DeCastro and starting wide receiver Diontae Johnson were placed on the list, as both were held out of practice on Thursday. DeCastro remains out with a knee injury while Johnson has a foot injury. Both players have missed practice time in recent weeks, and their status is in doubt for Monday night’s season opener versus the New York Giants. In...
    ATLANTA (AP) — Sometime after Paul Azinger stopped winning and before he went on television to talk about those who were, he described pressure in the simplest terms. He said players only choked for cash or prestige. The FedEx Cup was a little of both for Dustin Johnson. But it was mostly about prestige. The PGA Tour will have bigger problems than it realizes if players aren’t moved by winning $15 million in a day. Never mind that Johnson is closing in on becoming only the fifth player to top $70 million in career earnings, which doesn’t include more than double from endorsements and appearance fees. Money still matters. This was about more. Johnson has no bigger fan than Wayne...
    Being Dustin Johnson’s better-half does have its advantages. On Monday, Paulina Gretzky watched Johnson seal his Tour Championship victory from the course at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta. While Gretzky, 31, had a front-row seat to Johnson’s $15 million win, other members of her family couldn’t see it at all. Instagram “When the power goes out but you have to watch @djohnsonpga WIN,” Ty Gretzky’s wife Sara posted to her Instagram story, showing the woodsy scenery. Johnson, 36, has been piling on the wins in recent weeks, including last month’s Northern Trust, which was an emotional triumph for Gretzky. As Johnson competed in Massachusetts, Gretzky paid tribute to the pair’s special cheerleader, her late aunt. “Rest in Peace my...
    Being Dustin Johnson’s better-half does have its advantages. On Monday, Paulina Gretzky watched Johnson seal his Tour Championship victory from the course at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta. While Gretzky, 31, had a front-row seat to Johnson’s $15 million win, other members of her family couldn’t see it at all. Instagram “When the power goes out but you have to watch @djohnsonpga WIN,” Ty Gretzky’s wife Sara posted to her Instagram story, showing the woodsy scenery. Johnson, 36, has been piling on the wins in recent weeks, including last month’s Northern Trust, which was an emotional triumph for Gretzky. As Johnson competed in Massachusetts, Gretzky paid tribute to the pair’s special cheerleader, her late aunt. “Rest in Peace my...
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    (CNN)Dustin Johnson will be waking up on Tuesday $15 million richer. Not bad for a weekend's work.The world No. 1 clinched the season-ending Tour Championship with a three-shot victory to win the FedEx Cup and equal the biggest single payout in PGA Tour history, matching the $15 million earned by Rory McIlroy for winning the same title last season.Johnson's career PGA Tour earnings are now just short of $68 million, placing him fifth on the all-time list. Only Phil Mickelson, Tiger Woods, Jim Furyk and Vijay Singh have earned more throughout their careers on the tour. The greatest all-sport athlete who helped revolutionize womens golf"It means a lot, I'm very proud of being the FedEx Cup champion," Johnson told...
    DUSTIN JOHNSON scooped a mega £11.2MILLION for winning the FedEx Cup - then got outstaged by stunning fiancee Paulina. The world No1 picked up the biggest cheque in golf for winning the Tour Championship and FedEx Cup, even though he did not shoot the lowest score. 9Johnson's stunning fiancee Paulina was quick to congratulate him after he won £11.2mCredit: AP:Associated Press 9Paulina - daughter of ice hockey legend Wayne Gretzky - stole the show in her figure-hugging outfitCredit: AP:Associated Press 9Paulina was on hand to celebrate her man winning the PGA Tour's top prizeCredit: Getty Images - Getty Johnson started the tournament in Georgia, US, two ahead on ten under par as a reward for leading the season-long points race...
    Demi Lovato celebrates six months with her fiancé Max Ehrich Beyond Meat to Build Factories Near Shanghai in Major China Push Dustin Johnsons $15 million FedEx Cup victory should put an end to this Brooks Koepka feud This is the online version of our daily newsletter, The Morning Win. Subscribe to get irreverent and incisive sports stories, delivered to your mailbox every morning.  © Provided by For The Win Last month at the PGA Championship, Brooks Koepka used a post-round interview to seemingly take a shot at Dustin Johnson, a golfer he once considered a close friend. Koepka, who was in the hunt for the lead at the time — the tournament was eventually won by Collin Morikawa — remarked that...
    Jade Roper, Tanner Tolberts Quotes About Expanding Family Before 3rd Baby 6 Ways to Heap Up Savings Before You Retire Golfweek Rewind: Dustin Johnson wins first FedEx Cup, Rory McIlroy welcomes first child The 2019-20 PGA Tour season is in the books, the Tour’s Asian swing takes a hit and one Tour pro is a new dad. © Provided by Golfweek Take a look at the week’s top stories on the latest episode of Golfweek Rewind featured below. DJ wins the FedEx Cup Dustin Johnson is a FedEx Cup winner. After carding a final round 68 on Monday, Johnson won the Tour Championship at 21 under 269 at East Lake Golf Club. Johnson finished three shots ahead of Xander...
    Dustin Johnson only looks like he plays without a pulse. Beneath his stoic stare and that swagger as he walked the fairways of East Lake were jangled nerves Monday because it meant so much to him. The $15 million prize for winning the FedEx Cup? That would get anyone's attention, especially someone who thought he was rich when Johnson cashed his first tournament check as a PGA Tour rookie for $113,571. But there was more. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM “The prestige, for sure,” Johnson said after delivering a key par putt and steady play down the stretch for a 2-under 68 and a three-shot victory in the Tour Championship. “Being a FedEx Cup champion is something...
    ATLANTA — Dustin Johnson hit his stride at just the right time and it paid off in a big way. Johnson finally won the FedEx Cup on Monday by holding his nerve, hitting just enough fairways and making a few key putts when his lead began to shrink. He tapped in for birdie on the last hole for a 2-under 68, giving him a three-shot victory over Justin Thomas and Xander Schauffele in the Tour Championship. Johnson won the $15 million prize, the biggest in golf. Equally important was getting his named etched on that silver FedEx Cup trophy alongside some of the best from his generation, starting with Tiger Woods and most recently Rory McIlroy. “This is a tough...
    West Virginia University suspends in-person classes for undergraduates Four iconic NYC restaurants closed by the pandemic Dustin Johnson remembers when $25K, let alone $15M, was a big deal ATLANTA – All total Dustin Johnson made $20.8 million in winnings and FedExCup bonuses for the 2019-20 season. To put that context that’s more than all but 77 players have made in their entire PGA Tour careers. © Provided by Golf Channel For Johnson the more telling comparison is the earliest years of his career just as he was earning his way onto the Tour. Tour Championship: Full-field scores | Full coverage “When I went through all three stages of [2007] Q-School and got my Tour card I think they gave...
    Dustin Johnson held off determined challenges from Justin Thomas and Xander Schauffele to win the Tour Championship, FedEx Cup title and the first prize of £11.2million in Atlanta. Johnson saw his five-shot overnight lead cut to two, first by playing partner Schauffele and then Thomas, but the world number one held his nerve to secure the eight-figure payday at East Lake. A closing round of 68 gave Johnson a winning total of 21 under par, with Schauffele and Thomas sharing second place on 18 under following matching rounds of 66. Dustin Johnson has scooped the huge cash prize after winning the FedEx Cup at East Lake Johnson celebrates with his partner Paulina Gretzky on the 18th green after taking...
    Gender-reveal party sparked a California wildfire Four iconic NYC restaurants closed by the pandemic Xander Schauffele battles blister, DJ at Tour Championship: I tried By the end of Monday’s final round at the Tour Championship, Labor Day proved pretty laborious for Xander Schauffele. © Provided by Golfweek He was up against a mountain of a man in Dustin Johnson, a player who has regained his world-class form and even found an extra gear. He was challenging East Lake Golf Club, which at times made superstars like Rory McIlroy and Jon Rahm look foolish with its gorgeous, tantalizing fairways and extreme rough. And Schauffele, who finished as the runner-up at this event last year, was also getting work done on...
    Dustin Johnson started out the FedEx Cup in the lead and left everyone in the dust as he remained efficiently dominant all four days of the FedEx Cup, securing the whopping $15 million reward. Dustin Johnson has been extraordinary all season and just won his first Tour Championship. The 23-time PGA Tour winner went into the Tour Championship first in the FedEx Cup standings, starting out on day one with a stacked 10-under par.
    Dustin Johnson claimed the FedEx Cup title after a three-stroke victory at the Tour Championship on Monday. The in-form American carded a two-under 68 in the final round at East Lake to close out his victory and win the $15 million prize. Johnson finished at 21-under, three strokes clear of Justin Thomas (66) and Xander Schauffele (66). World number one Johnson was in incredible form to end the season, finishing as runner-up at the US PGA Championship and BMW Championship, either side of his huge win at the Northern Trust. He carried that run into Atlanta, where he posted three rounds in the 60s, including a solid Monday that featured four birdies and two bogeys. Johnson started with three birdies...
    Nowhere to labor: The US oil industry, sapped by COVID-19, has lost hundreds of rigs in a historic and troubling year Four iconic NYC restaurants closed by the pandemic Whats in the bag: Tour Championship winner Dustin Johnson Dustin Johnson won his 23rd PGA Tour event and his first FedExCup title at the Tour Championship. Here's a look inside the winner's bag from East Lake Golf Club: © Provided by Golf Channel DRIVER: TaylorMade SIM (10.5 degrees), with Fujikura Speeder 661 X shaft FAIRWAY WOOD: TaylorMade SIM Max (15 degrees), with Fujikura Ventus Black 7X shaft; (21 degrees), with Project X HZRDUS Black 95 shaft IRONS: TaylorMade P730 (3-PW), with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100 shafts WEDGES: TaylorMade Milled Grind (52, 60 degrees), with...
    Dustin Johnson and Jon Rahm celebrate birdies on the 18th hole . The PGA Tour found Dustin Johnson the winner, the golfer who entered The Tour Championship with the 10 under par bonus and held the lead all four days. Except for the first day with pressure from Jon Rahm, no one worried less than two strokes from the South Carolina, who took the check for 15 million dollars to become the golfer in history with the most money in prizes, 82 million dollars, after Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson. With 23 victories on the American Circuit, the following goal is already serious: to equal Gary Player in victories. Johnson, the world number...
    West Virginia University suspending in-person undergrad classes amid COVD spike Four iconic NYC restaurants closed by the pandemic Dustin Johnson wins first FedEx Cup, takes Tour Championship by three shots Dustin Johnson is a FedEx Cup winner. © Provided by Golfweek The 36-year-old birdied East Lake Golf Club’s famous 18th hole to finish the final round 2-under 68 and win his first Tour Championship and FedEx Cup at 21 under. Johnson, who began the week with a two-shot lead at 10 under, shot rounds of 67-70-64-68 to finish three shots ahead of Xander Schauffele and Justin Thomas at 18 under. Two weeks after winning the Northern Trust, Johnson began the final round of the FedEx Cup Playoffs on a...
    ATLANTA (AP) — Dustin Johnson wins the Tour Championship to claim the FedEx Cup and its $15 million prize. Copyright © 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    Jon Rahm achieves the par on hole 2. He maintains his six-hit disadvantage to the head. Xander Schauffele He starts strong with a birdie on hole 1 just like Justin Thomas. Rahm misses the birdie. He does not read the fall well and has to settle for it par on this hole 1. That’s how it starts. Two good shots to have one birdie option in this first hole. The Barrika wants to put pressure on his great rival, Dustin Johnson. Comes out Jon rahm with his usual red polo shirt on the last day of each Tiger Woods-style tournament. Huge tee shot. Right from the start, his ambition to win this...
    Dustin Johnson moved a step closer to claiming the FedEx Cup title after extending his Tour Championship lead to five strokes. World No. 1 Johnson carded a 6-under-par 64 in the third round to seize control at the FedEx Cup playoff finale on Sunday. FedEx Cup leader Johnson, who is yet to claim the PGA Tour’s championship trophy, started his penultimate round with a one-shot lead. By the end of the day, Johnson – a runner-up in two of his last three starts and a winner in the other event, The Northern Trust — surged clear thanks to seven birdies and just one bogey at East Lake in Atlanta. After a flawless front nine featuring three birdies, Johnson gained four...
    Spit socks and spit hoods: Heres what they are and how police use them Fall semester brings no relief to struggling college towns and the businesses that rely on students Dustin Johnson grabs massive 5-shot lead headed into final round at Tour Championship Unsurprisingly, Dustin Johnson seems poised to officially claim his first FedExCup on Monday. Johnson — who won The Northern Trust and just barely lost last week in a playoff — surged ahead on Sunday at East Lake. He posted a 6-under 64 in the third round of the Tour Championship, surging ahead to build a five-stroke lead headed into Monday’s final round. DJ's on a mission for the #FedExCup. pic.twitter.com/uyw308LBtJ— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) September 6, 2020 ‘I’m...
    The most memorable TV show catchphrases The Right Way to Mix Money and Marriage Slight setup tweak suddenly has Dustin Johnson five clear at East Lake ATLANTA – The day-to-day vagaries of golf are often used to explain changes in form, but Dustin Johnson’s transformation on Sunday was much more specific. © Provided by Golf Channel Johnson pulled away from the field at the Tour Championship with a third-round 64. He owes his five-stroke lead thanks to a post-round session on Saturday with his swing coach Claude Harmon III, one that focused on his driver. ESPN+ Fantasy Tools: Play Like an Expert, Even If You Aren’t SIGN UP NOW Ad ESPN+ “I felt like I was swinging well. It was...
    Medic recounts frantic effort to save victim of fatal Portland shooting Fall semester brings no relief to struggling college towns and the businesses that rely on students In full flight, Dustin Johnson takes command of Tour Championship and FedEx Cup Playoffs ATLANTA – It’s tough enough beating world No. 1 Dustin Johnson when he’s missing fairways and scrambling for his golf life. © Provided by Golfweek But when his iron game is dialed in and he’s finding the short grass off the tee with his prodigious power, plus has the putter working and tosses in a chip-in or makes a putt from off the green … well, good luck. And your odds of toppling him become jarringly longer when...
    Dustin Johnson is about to be $15 million richer as he carries a 5-shot lead into the final round of the Tour Championship Eighteen holes. That is all that separates Dustin Johnson from the FedEx Cup title and a $15 million check. And don’t be fooled into thinking there is any suspense heading into Labor Day’s final round. For Johnson, playing at an almost-superhuman level, has ensured etching his name on the trophy is just a mere formality now. Johnson is doing the same thing to his competitors at the Tour Championship that he did two weeks ago at The Northern Trust. With a combination of bombing drives and a delicate touch on the greens, he’s blowing away the field....
    ATLANTA (AP) — Dustin Johnson started with the lead, matched the low round Sunday at the Tour Championship with a 6-under 64 and now is one round away from capturing the FedEx Cup and its $15 million prize. Johnson missed only three fairways and putted for birdie on all but three holes. It led to a five-shot lead over Justin Thomas and Xander Schauffele going into the Labor Day finish at East Lake. No one was playing better going into the FedEx Cup finale and Johnson has shown no signs of slowing. He was at 19-under par, his fourth consecutive event holding at least a share of the 54-hole lead. He converted one of those into an 11-shot victory two...
    Eating for 2! See What Pregnant Chrissy Teigen Is Craving 24 simple ways to add value to your home Dustin Johnson extends lead midway through third round in Atlanta (Reuters) - Dustin Johnson had three front nine birdies to move to 15-under par, four shots clear of Justin Thomas midway through his third round of the season-ending Tour Championship in Atlanta on Sunday. © Reuters/Adam Hagy PGA: TOUR Championship - Third Round The hard-hitting American, who started the day with a one stroke lead, hit a 155-yard approach shot on the par-four third that landed five feet from the hole and was able to convert the putt for his first birdie. © Reuters/Adam Hagy PGA: TOUR Championship -...
    Dustin Johnson moved a stroke clear at the halfway stage of the Tour Championship while defending champion Rory McIlroy lost ground. FedEx Cup leader and world No. 1 Johnson carded an even-par 70 to claim the outright lead at 13 under through 36 holes in Atlanta on Saturday. Johnson was tied for the lead alongside world No. 2 and BMW Championship winner Jon Rahm heading into the second round at East Lake. But Johnson, The Northern Trust champion, stood alone atop the leaderboard in the FedEx Cup playoff finale following four birdies and four bogies on a mixed day as Rahm could only shoot a 74. Johnson, a runner-up in two of his last three st arts, went 13 holes without hitting from...
    Dustin Johnson and Jon Rahm share the lead after the first round of the PGA Tour Championship, but Rory McIlroy is lurking after a strong start. Johnson, the FedEx Cup leader ahead of the season-ending event, carded a 3-under 67 at East Lake in Atlanta on Friday. The American started the tournament atop the leaderboard at 10 under, but his lead is already gone. Johnson is joined at 13 under by Rahm, who opened with a 65 just days after his incredible win at the BMW Championship. Rahm beat Johnson in a thrilling playoff at Olympia Fields Country Club. The stars now are in place to battle for the $15 million first prize. TOUR CHAMPIONSHIP: Leaderboard | Tee times Johnson was even through 11...
    Jon Rahm is congratulated by Dustin Johnson upon finishing. . The Tour Championship, the most anticipated moment of the year outside of the greats, but without the biggest one -Tiger Woods did not get into the top 30-, he started in Atlanta with the predicted script: Dustin Johnson and Jon Rahm, the two best golfers of the season, and each dragging 10 and 8-stroke mattresses under starting torque they kept their distance with the others, with the push behind Rory McIlroy, who signed 64 strokes to debut his recent paternity. It was the best lap of the day with Mexican Abraham Ancer. One less than Jon Rahm laid the first stone to take the...
    Last weekend, Jon Rahm won the BMW Championship at 10/1 by making a 66-foot putt on the first playoff hole to defeat Dustin Johnson, who had just made a 43-footer on the 72nd hole to advance to the playoff. This weekend (beginning Friday and ending on Labor Day), the top-30 players in the FedEx Cup standings finish the season at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta. Last year, the PGA Tour switched the format with a staggered scoring scale to ensure that the Tour Championship winner also wins the FedEx Cup. By virtue of being No. 1 in the current FedEx Cup Points, Dustin Johnson will begin the event at 10-under. Jon Rahm, No. 2 in points, will start...
    Last weekend, Jon Rahm won the BMW Championship at 10/1 by making a 66-foot putt on the first playoff hole to defeat Dustin Johnson, who had just made a 43-footer on the 72nd hole to advance to the playoff. This weekend (beginning Friday and ending on Labor Day), the top-30 players in the FedEx Cup standings finish the season at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta. Last year, the PGA Tour switched the format with a staggered scoring scale to ensure that the Tour Championship winner also wins the FedEx Cup. By virtue of being No. 1 in the current FedEx Cup Points, Dustin Johnson will begin the event at 10-under. Jon Rahm, No. 2 in points, will start...
    Indiana Univ. calling for closure of 40 frat, sorority houses due to virus spread Burger King just showed off its new restaurants designed for COVID world, with no-contact cubbies and lofted kitchens that free up room for cars Justin Thomas wont give Dustin Johnson any advice on starting with a lead ATLANTA – Justin Thomas has 15 million reasons to keep his thoughts to himself. © Provided by Golf Channel Thomas was the first player to take a lead into the first round of the Tour Championship with the introduction of last year’s staggered scoring system. But after starting the week at 10 under par, he struggled the rest of the way and finished tied for third, five strokes behind...
    A White officer is charged in the fatal shooting of a Black man under Californias tougher deadly-force law Texas BBQ Meets Vietnamese Classics at This Sacramento Gem Dustin Johnson on the up and up as he aims for first FedEx Cup title ATLANTA – It didn’t take long for Dustin Johnson to get over his stunning defeat in last Sunday’s BMW Championship when his playoff foe Jon Rahm sank an improbable 66-foot putt on the first extra hole to win. © Provided by Golfweek Johnson flew private to his home in Florida, pulled into the driveway just before midnight, then went upstairs to see his fiancé, Paulina Gretzky, and their two young children, River and Tatum. “I don’t know...
    Social media reactions to the show Young workers at risk of financial exhaustion due to coronavirus pandemic No. 2 defeats No. 1, but Dustin Johnson remains ahead of Jon Rahm in OWGR World No. 2 defeated world No. 1 at the BMW Championship. And while there was no change atop the Official World Golf Ranking, Jon Rahm cut his deficit. © Provided by Golf Channel Rahm defeated Dustin Johnson with a dramatic putt on the first extra hole – after Johnson had made a dramatic putt of his own to force overtime – to capture the second playoff event. Johnson remains world No. 1 for a second consecutive week – thanks to a win and a runner-up – but his...
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    Jon Rahm’s 66-foot birdie putt on the first extra hole helps him beat Dustin Johnson. Jon Rahm sent a simple message to Dustin Johnson on the first hole of their sudden-death playoff at the BMW Championship on Sunday: whatever you could do, I could do better. Moments earlier, Rahm was standing on the practice range preparing for a playoff while Johnson, a shot back, was lining up a 43-foot birdie putt on the 72nd hole. Johnson miraculously holed it, sending the two top players in the world back to the 18th tee to decide who would be the champion at Olympia Fields. Johnson hit his approach into the 18th during the playoff safely to the center of the green. Rahm,...
    Colleges and universities work to control outbreaks The most historic restaurant in every state Jon Rahm sinks 66-foot putt to win BMW Championship, Dustin Johnson claims top spot for Tour Championship Dustin Johnson drained a snaking 43-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole on Sunday to force a playoff in the BMW Championship with Jon Rahm. © File photo BMW Championship But on the first playoff hole, Rahm poured in a 66-footer for birdie to win the tournament, his second of the year and fifth PGA Tour win. Rahm overcame a first-round 75 and a third-round penalty to shoot 66-64 over the weekend. He led by two late Sunday, but Johnson birdied the 15th to make it a one-shot...
    Dustin Johnson’s 43-foot putt forced a playoff with Jon Rahm at the BMW Championship. Jon Rahm was warming up on the practice range, preparing for a potential playoff at the BMW Championship, but it didn’t appear like it would be necessary. His closest competitor was Dustin Johnson, who was a shot back and on the green on the 18th but facing an almost impossible putt for birdie. He was 43 feet away and had to contend with a ridge separating his ball from the pin. Johnson and his caddie, brother Austin, carefully surveyed the putt from all angles. If he made it, he would tie Rahm; a miss, which seemed more than likely, and Rahm would be the champion at...
    FedEx Cup leader Dustin Johnson and Hideki Matsuyama are tied for the BMW Championship lead following Saturday’s third round. American star Johnson and Japan’s Matsuyama both carded 69s to top the leaderboard at 1 under through 54 holes in Illinois, where the pair hold a two-stroke advantage. Johnson cruised to victory at last week’s opening FedEx Cup playoff event, The Northern Trust, and he has maintained his form at the Olympia Fields Country Club. Projected to retain his position atop the FedEx Cup standings ahead of Matsuyama, two-time BMW Championship winner Johnson had three birdies and two bogeys to rise two positions on Day 3. Matsuyama — a five-time PGA Tour champion but without a title since 2017 — enjoyed a mixed day, with...
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    The FedEx Cup Playoffs got under way last week with Dustin Johnson winning The Northern Trust by 11 strokes, the largest margin of victory in a PGA event in 14 years. It also gave this column a 20/1 winner. Johnson is the favorite this week at the BMW Championship at 9/1 and he is a two-time winner (2010 at Cog Hill, 2016 at Crooked Stick). Other golfers near the top of the odds board include Jon Rahm (10/1), followed by Justin Thomas (12/1), Bryson DeChambeau (14/1), Xander Schauffele (16/1) and Rory McIlroy (18/1). Here are a few players who are worth a wager: Xander Schauffele (16/1): Schauffele made the cut on the number last week and then shot 67-67 on...
    The FedEx Cup Playoffs got under way last week with Dustin Johnson winning The Northern Trust by 11 strokes, the largest margin of victory in a PGA event in 14 years. It also gave this column a 20/1 winner. Johnson is the favorite this week at the BMW Championship at 9/1 and he is a two-time winner (2010 at Cog Hill, 2016 at Crooked Stick). Other golfers near the top of the odds board include Jon Rahm (10/1), followed by Justin Thomas (12/1), Bryson DeChambeau (14/1), Xander Schauffele (16/1) and Rory McIlroy (18/1). Here are a few players who are worth a wager: Xander Schauffele (16/1): Schauffele made the cut on the number last week and then shot 67-67 on...
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    Dustin Johnson’s Northern Trust victory on Sunday tugged at the heartstrings in a myriad of ways. As Johnson competed in Massachusetts over the weekend, longtime love Paulina Gretzky highlighted the golfer’s cheerleaders on social media, including a special spectator from above. “Rest in Peace my beautiful aunt Cindy,” the 31-year-old posted to her Instagram story Sunday. “I know we have an angel watching over us & cheering on dustin today.. i miss you already.” see also Dustin Johnsons Northern Trust win comes with added bonus NORTON, Mass. (AP) — Dark clouds gathered. Thunder rumbled. Lightning... In a separate story, Gretzky — who has been engaged to Johnson since 2013 — shared a video of their two sons, Tatum,...
    (CNN)Dustin Johnson reclaimed his spot at the top of golf's world rankings thanks to a dominant 11-shot victory at The Northern Trust on Sunday.The American golfer made six birdies and one eagle on his way to a final-round 63 at TPC Boston, finishing 30-under for the competition and 11 shots ahead of Harris English.Johnson's victory -- his 22nd on the PGA Tour -- once again means he is the world No. 1 in golf, and is the fifth different player to occupy the position in 2020."I'd like to stay there for a little while," said Johnson, who was last world No. 1 in May 2019.READ: 304th-ranked Sophia Popov clinches British Open to win her first majorRead MoreAs the rain falls...
    Dustin Johnson closed out a stunning 11-stroke victory at The Northern Trust on Sunday. Johnston carded an 8-under 63 in the final round at TPC Boston on his way to a 22nd PGA Tour success. The American won the tournament for a third time, with only Vijay Singh (four) having claimed the title on more occasions, and returned to world No. 1. Coming off a runner-up finish at the PGA Championship, Johnson was in incredible form at the opening event of the FedEx Cup playoffs. He posted scores of 67, 60, 64 and 63, with his final round featuring six birdies and an eagle as he hit all 18 greens in regulation for just the second time in his...
    More lightning strikes? Red flag warning brings more worry as California wildfires rage amid scorching temperatures; 6 dead Dollar Generals push to fill stores with fresh produce and frozen-food options gives the chain a big box feel Dustin Johnson wins by 11 shots and is back to No. 1 © APWF Dustin Johnson holds the trophy after winning the Northern Trust golf tournament at TPC Boston, Sunday, Aug. 23, 2020, in Norton, Mass. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa) NORTON, Mass. (AP) Dark clouds gathered. Thunder rumbled. Lightning flashed on the horizon. Just as unsettling was seeing Dustin Johnson in complete control of his game with a performance worthy of his return to No. 1 in the world. He was as close...
    Dustin Johnson and Jon Rahm, on the last day of The Northern Dustin Johnson swept the entire gaming table from the PGA Tour to claim The Northern Trust title, No. 1 in the FedEx Cup and No. 1 in the world. He dominated all possible statistics and scored eleven hits to second, Harris English, a record in regular PGA Tour tournaments. He lacked reaching the 31-strokes-under mark, set by Ernie Els at Kapalua in 2003. Johnson stopped at 30. To one of the target. Like Friday and the 60 most frustrating in memory. Ranks for @DJohnsonPGA this week: 1st in SG: Tee-to-Green1st in Greens in Reg.1st in SG: Approach1st in Ball-Striking1st in Putts (GIR)1st in Proximity1st in Eagles...
    Fact check: Its wrong to blame only mayors for high crime, poor education Dollar Generals push to fill stores with fresh produce and frozen-food options gives the chain a big box feel Dustin Johnson ‘very proud’ to reclaim world No. 1 after Northern Trust win NORTON, Mass. – Dustin Johnson became the latest player to ascend to world No. 1 following his victory Sunday at The Northern Trust. © Provided by Golf Channel Johnson’s blowout win at TPC Boston was enough to vault him from fourth to first in the latest world rankings, leapfrogging Jon Rahm, Justin Thomas and Rory McIlroy. Exceptionally Breathable and Comfortable Face Mask LEARN MORE Ad Fast Ship Face Masks Dustin Johnson cruises to 11-shot...
    By Michael Hurley, CBS Boston BOSTON (CBS) — TPC Boston is a difficult golf course. A very difficult, very long golf course. You’d never know that if you spent the week watching Dustin Johnson obliterate the course like nobody else ever had before. Johnson capped off a victory late Sunday afternoon — after the second weather delay in as many days — with a final score of 30-under par. That score in and of itself says all that needs to be said about the weekend that Johnson had, but perhaps the best picture of Johnson’s performance came from his finish to his second round on Friday. It was on the 18th hole of that second round when Johnson had a very...
    NORTON, Mass. — Dustin Johnson looked dominant as he ever as, and nothing could stop him Sunday in The Northern Trust. Not even the weather. Johnson played the final two holes in near darkness after a late storm delay and finished with a birdie for an 8-under 63 and an 11-shot victory over Harris English. It was the 22nd victory of his PGA Tour career, and he never made it look easier. Johnson won his fifth FedEx Cup playoffs event — tied with Rory McIlroy for most — and returned to No. 1 in the world. He finished at 30-under 254. Staked to a five-shot lead over Harris English going into the final round, Johnson sent a towering 7-iron over...
    A California firefighter was robbed as he battled a blaze in Santa Cruz Dollar Generals push to fill stores with fresh produce and frozen-food options gives the chain a big box feel Whats in the bag: Northern Trust winner Dustin Johnson Dustin Johnson won The Northern Trust by 11 shots at TPC Boston. Here's a look inside his winning golf bag: © Provided by Golf Channel DRIVER: TaylorMade SIM (10.5 degrees) with Fujikura Speeder 661 X shaft FAIRWAY WOOD: TaylorMade SIM Max (15 degrees) with Fujikura Ventus Black 7X shaft; TaylorMade SIM Max (21 degrees) with Project X HZRDUS Black 95 shaft IRONS: TaylorMade P730 prototype (3-PW) with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100 shafts WEDGES:...
    Dustin Johnson left the field in his wake with a dominant performance at TPC Boston Like Secretariat leaving the field in his dust at the Belmont, Dustin Johnson had a rendezvous with history this week at The Northern Trust. The only question during Sunday’s final round at TPC Boston wasn’t whether Johnson would win his 22nd PGA Tour title. That matter was already settled well before he reached the 18th green. Instead, it was how much he would win by and just how record-shattering his victory in the opening event of the FedEx Cup playoffs would be. Johnson finished the tournament at 30-under after a bogey-free 63 on Sunday, joining Ernie Els in 2003 and Jordan Spieth in 2016, both...
    NORTON, Mass. — Dustin Johnson appeared dominant as he ever as, and nothing may cease him Sunday in The Northern Belief. Not even the climate. Johnson performed the ultimate two holes in close to darkness after a late storm delay and completed with a birdie for an 8-under 63 and an 11-shot victory over Harris English. It was the 22nd victory of his PGA Tour profession, and he by no means made it look simpler. Johnson gained his fifth FedEx Cup playoffs occasion — tied with Rory McIlroy for many — and returned to No. 1 on the planet. He completed at 30-under 254. Staked to a five-shot lead over Harris English going into the ultimate spherical, Johnson despatched...
    NORTON, Mass. — Dustin Johnson looked dominant as he ever as, and nothing could stop him Sunday in The Northern Trust. Not even the weather. Johnson played the final two holes in near darkness after a late storm delay and finished with a birdie for an 8-under 63 and an 11-shot victory over Harris English. It was the 22nd victory of his PGA Tour career, and he never made it look easier. Johnson won his fifth FedEx Cup playoffs event — tied with Rory McIlroy for most — and returned to No. 1 in the world. He finished at 30-under 254. Staked to a five-shot lead over Harris English going into the final round, Johnson sent a towering 7-iron over...
    By DOUG FERGUSON, AP Golf Writer NORTON, Mass. (AP) — Dustin Johnson looked dominant as he ever as, and nothing could stop him Sunday in The Northern Trust. Not even the weather. Johnson played the final two holes in near darkness after a late storm delay and finished with a birdie for an 8-under 63 and an 11-shot victory over Harris English. It was the 22nd victory of his PGA Tour career, and he never made it look easier. Johnson won his fifth FedEx Cup playoffs event — tied with Rory McIlroy for most — and returned to No. 1 in the world. He finished at 30-under 254. Staked to a five-shot lead over Harris English going into the final...
    A California firefighter was robbed as he battled a blaze in Santa Cruz Dollar Generals push to fill stores with fresh produce and frozen-food options gives the chain a big box feel Winners Bag: Dustin Johnson, 2020 Northern Trust The clubs Dustin Johnson used to win the PGA Tour’s 2020 Northern Trust: © Provided by Golfweek Dustin Johnson DRIVER: TaylorMade SIM (10.5 degrees), with Fujikura Speeder 661 X shaft FAIRWAY WOOD: TaylorMade SIM Max (15 degrees), with Fujikura Ventus Black 7X shaft, (21 degrees), with Project X HZRDUS Black 95 shaft IRONS: TaylorMade P730 “DJ Proto” (3-PW), with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100 shafts WEDGES: TaylorMade Milled Grind (52, 60 degrees), with KBS Hi-Rev 120 S Black shafts PUTTER: TaylorMade Spider Tour...
    Dustin Johnson took control of the Northern Trust with a 7-under-par 64, while Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy endured a difficult third round. The two-time FedEx Cup playoff champion and former world No. 1 was almost flawless as he extended his advantage to five strokes at TPC Boston on Saturday. Johnson, who was 15th in the FedEx Cup standings prior to the opening playoff event for 2020 — surged clear thanks to an eagle, six birdies and just one bogey. He holed a 40-foot eagle at the last to improve to 22 under through 54 holes, ahead of Harris English (66) and Scottie Scheffler (67). Louis Oosthuizen (68) is 15 under, while Harry Higgs (66), Daniel Berger (67) and Danny Lee (69)...
    NORTON, Mass. — Dustin Johnson could have used a finish like this for a record score. The birdie-eagle ending to his round Saturday at The Northern Trust gave him a 7-under 64 and stretched his lead to five shots in the FedEx Cup playoffs opener. Johnson, coming off a remarkable day in which he was 11 under through 11 holes and finished with seven pars for a 60, pulled away from Harris English and Scottie Scheffler with a 20-foot birdie putt on the 17th and a 40-footer for eagle on the closing hole at the TPC Boston. He was at 22-under 191, his lowest 54-hole score by three shots. “I’m in a great position and like where I’m at, but...
    Jon Rahm and Dustin Johnson, at The Northern Trust. . Dustin Johnson pretends to be the lead in The Northern Trust, the first tournament of the FedEX Cup playoff series. He was half so on Friday when he played the first 9 holes on 27 strokes, which equaled the all-time record on any circuit, and stood on the 11th hole with 11 under pair. The seven pairs that he later collected led to him signing the most frustrating 60 of all time. The one from South Carolina, however, extended that streak on Saturday, a day where only a storm that stopped the game for 45 minutes and left the greens more receptive, startled a day to score. Johnson...
    NORTON, Mass. — Dustin Johnson could have used a finish like this for a record score. The birdie-eagle ending to his round Saturday at The Northern Trust gave him a 7-under 64 and stretched his lead to five shots in the FedEx Cup playoffs opener. Johnson, coming off a remarkable day in which he was 11 under through 11 holes and finished with seven pars for a 60, pulled away from Harris English and Scottie Scheffler with a 20-foot birdie putt on the 17th and a 40-footer for eagle on the closing hole at the TPC Boston. He was at 22-under 191, his lowest 54-hole score by three shots. “I’m in a great position and like where I’m at, but...
    NORTON, Mass. — It took a disappointing par for Scottie Scheffler to realize he was making enough birdies to have a shot at 59, and he seized on the chance Friday with four birdies over his last five holes to post the 12th sub-60 round in PGA Tour history. For the longest time, it looked like his 59 might not even be the best of the day at The Northern Trust. As Scheffler was signing his card, Dustin Johnson had already set off on an explosive start that put some buzz into the TPC Boston even without any spectators on the course. Birdie. Eagle. Birdie. Eagle. Birdie. He was 9 under through eight holes, and with two birdies...
    Dustin Johnson surged into the lead at the Northern Trust, but Scottie Scheffler stole the show with a 59 in the second round. Johnson moved into a two-stroke lead at TPC Boston thanks to a stunning 11-under 60 – a career-low – on Friday. The 2016 U.S. Open champion, and two-time Northern Trust winner, was 9 under through eight holes and then picked up shots at 10 and 11, but he parred his last seven to miss out on a 59. The American is still two shots clear of Scheffler and Cameron Davis, who continued his consistent play with a 65. Scheffler, 24, became the 11th different player to break 60 at a PGA Tour event and the second-youngest, behind only...
    Young children in daycare did not spread the coronavirus, study finds Here Are Dominos 2020 Christmas Hours, Because Christmas Day Pizza Is Totally a Thing Northern Trust Round 3 tee times, TV and streaming info It’s Moving Day at TPC Boston. © Provided by Golfweek Dustin Johnson reacts to his put on the 13th green during the second round of The Northern Trust golf tournament at TPC of Boston The field has been cut down to 70 at the Northern Trust, the first event of the PGA Tour’s season-ending FedEx Cup Playoffs, and the race for those last valuable points to qualify for next week’s BMW Championship outside Chicago is on. Scottie Scheffler carded just the 12th sub-60 round...
    At least 7 Covid-19 cases in Nebraska tied to Sturgis motorcycle rally Here Are Dominos 2020 Christmas Hours, Because Christmas Day Pizza Is Totally a Thing Dustin Johnson stole the show, and the lead, at TPC Boston with 60 after Scottie Scheffler’s 59 NORTON, Mass. – Danny Lee walked off the golf course after shooting a 64, signed his scorecard and talked with a couple of media members. He was one of the first players to complete his loop of TPC Boston on Friday morning, and his name was at the top of the leaderboard. Anyone who shoots 66-64 to start a tournament has the right to pump out his chest a little and feel good about things, but...
    Dustin Johnson threw a bucket of cold water on his feud with Brooks Koepka. Instead of stoking the flames after Koepka had delivered a dig at him during the PGA Championship — heading into the final round, Koepka said he liked his chances against the competition, including the leader Johnson, who had “only won one” major — the easy-going Johnson shrugged it off. “It doesn’t matter,” Johnson told reporters Thursday after shooting a 4-under 67 in the first round of the Northern Trust at TPC Boston. “It doesn’t bother me. He can think whatever he wants.” While Johnson didn’t want to give Koepka’s jab any more life — at least not publicly — other golfers came to his defense...
    Dustin Johnson threw a bucket of cold water on his feud with Brooks Koepka. Instead of stoking the flames after Koepka had delivered a dig at him during the PGA Championship — heading into the final round, Koepka said he liked his chances against the competition, including the leader Johnson, who had “only won one” major — the easy-going Johnson shrugged it off. “It doesn’t matter,” Johnson told reporters Thursday after shooting a 4-under 67 in the first round of the Northern Trust at TPC Boston. “It doesn’t bother me. He can think whatever he wants.” While Johnson didn’t want to give Koepka’s jab any more life — at least not publicly — other golfers came to his defense in...
    This weekend’s Northern Trust at TPC Boston in Norton, Mass., marks the first event of the FedEx Cup playoffs. The tournament, which began in 1967 as the Westchester Classic and had been known as The Barclays until 2016, is now rotating between the Boston and New York areas. The last two winners at TPC Boston (Deutsche Bank in 2017 and Dell Technologies in 2018) are the two favorites at 12/1, Justin Thomas and Bryson DeChambeau. Others near the top of the odds board include Rory McIlroy (14/1), World No. 1 Jon Rahm (14/1), Dustin Johnson (18/1), Xander Schauffele (20/1), PGA champion Collin Morikawa (20/1), and defending champ Patrick Reed (30/1). Here are some players who are worth a wager: Dustin...
    Brooks Koepka regrets insulting “other” golfers, but not Dustin Johnson. As Koepka chased a fifth major title and assessed the field in front of him heading into the final round of last weekend’s PGA Championship, he seemingly insulted Johnson, then leading the pack, for having “only won one” major, as well as “other guys up there” that he said he didn’t know. Though Koepka chose not to elaborate on his remark about Johnson — who Koepka said he didn’t plan to discuss the matter with — he apologized for making it sound like he had never heard of the less-heralded players in front of him. “I regret that part of it. That’s what I was trying to say —...
    Brooks Koepka regrets insulting “other” golfers, but not Dustin Johnson. As Koepka chased a fifth major title and assessed the field in front of him heading into the final round of last weekend’s PGA Championship, he seemingly insulted Johnson, then leading the pack, for having “only won one” major, as well as “other guys up there” that he said he didn’t know. Though Koepka chose not to elaborate on his remark about Johnson — who Koepka said he didn’t plan to discuss the matter with — he apologized for making it sound like he had never heard of the less-heralded players in front of him. “I regret that part of it. That’s what I was trying to say — that...
    Rory McIlroy took notice of — and some offense at — Brooks Koepka on Saturday throwing shade at 54-hole PGA Championship leader Dustin Johnson, whom he tweaked for having only one career major compared to the four Koepka has won. “I heard the interview and was just sort of taken aback a little bit by sort of what he said and whether he was trying to play mind games or not,” McIlroy said after his round Sunday. “If he’s trying to play mind games, he’s trying to do it to the wrong person. I don’t think DJ really gives much of a concern [about] that. “I certainly try to respect everyone out here. Everyone is a great player. If...
    Rory McIlroy took notice of — and some offense at — Brooks Koepka on Saturday throwing shade at 54-hole PGA Championship leader Dustin Johnson, whom he tweaked for having only one career major compared to the four Koepka has won. “I heard the interview and was just sort of taken aback a little bit by sort of what he said and whether he was trying to play mind games or not,” McIlroy said after his round Sunday. “If he’s trying to play mind games, he’s trying to do it to the wrong person. I don’t think DJ really gives much of a concern [about] that. “I certainly try to respect everyone out here. Everyone is a great player. If you’ve...
    Rory McIlroy hit out at Brooks Koepka’s “mind games” at the PGA Championship, with the former world No. 1 insisting he tries to respect everyone. Koepka aimed a dig at overnight leader Dustin Johnson prior to Sunday’s final round, highlighting the fact that the latter had only won one major compared to his four. Bidding to achieve a PGA three-peat, Koepka was forced to eat his words as the American star fell out of contention in San Francisco, where Johnson continued to battle atop the leaderboard. McIlroy, who ended his TPC Harding Park campaign in a tie for 33rd following his 2-under-par 68, was taken aback by Koepka’s comments. “It’s different, right, it’s a very different mentality to bring...
    Glee Star Heather Morris Tearfully Shares How She’s Coping With Naya Rivera’s Death Texas helicopter crash kills 3 parks and wildlife employees Rory McIlroy defends Dustin Johnson after Brooks Koepkas jabs at PGA Championship Brooks Koepka’s quest for a third consecutive win at the PGA Championship came up short on Sunday afternoon. © Provided by Yahoo! Sports Brooks Koepka hits his tee shot on the 11th hole during the final round the PGA Championship at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco, California. (Darren Carroll/PGA of America/Getty Images) Koepka, who was just two off the leaders headed into the final round, carded a  4-over 74 at TPC Harding Park and fell 25 spots on the leaderboard.  After his round on...
    The 54-hole lead has been a major problem for Dustin Johnson. The 2016 U.S. Open winner entered the final round of the PGA Championship atop the leaderboard and shot 68 on Sunday. But he wound up tied for second behind first-time major winner Collin Morikawa. Johnson is now 0 for 4 after taking at least a share of the lead into the final round of a major. This one didn’t have the drama of some of his previous major losses, both of the squandered lead and failed comeback variety — the grounded club in the bunker at Whistling Straits, the three-putt from 12 feet at Chambers Bay. Instead, it was just a slow, relatively routine ride to...
    Sunday At TPC Harding Park San Francisco Yardage: 7,251; Par: 70 Final Round Par out 443 544 434-35 Collin Morikawa 442 444 434-33 Paul Casey 443 434 434-33 Dustin Johnson 344 444 434-34 ___ Par in 534 444 434-35-70 Collin Morikawa 434 434 234-31—64—267 Paul Casey 434 534 334-33—66—269 Dustin Johnson 534 454 333-34—68—269 Copyright © 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    2020 PGA Championship Golf Tackle the final round six shots from leader Dustin Johnson Jon rahm faces the last day of the PGA Championship six strokes behind the leader, Dustin Johnson. A final tour in the San Francisco Harding Park with many players competing for the title in the first major of the year. 22:00 Neither did the birdie on hole 5. Rahm had a choice for it, but he lacked success with the putt. It stays with -3. 21:55 Koepka is before his big opportunity. Conquer this PGA Championship for the third consecutive year. Only two strokes separate him from the leader, Dustin Johnson. 21:45 Rahm misses par 5 on hole 4. Fourth consecutive pair. You...