Dustin Johnson’s ascent to No. 1 in a Official World Golf Ranking has happened for a accumulation of reasons. At a tip of that list, of course, is Johnson’s jaw-dropping healthy talent and athleticism. But Johnson’s pitch coach, Butch Harmon, believes his customer has an corner mentally over his opponents. A, um, large edge.
Appearing on a Vegas Stats Information Network to preview subsequent week’s U.S. Open, Harmon was asked about Johnson’s ability to hoop pressure. Here was his vehement response:
“When Dustin Johnson goes to a initial tee he’s got to take his balls in a wheelbarrow; he’s not fearful of anything.”
Those are some confidant words, though a former pitch manager of Tiger Woods knows a thing or dual about operative with players able of doing a spotlight. Anyway, watch a shave of Harmon’s comment of DJ here:
Johnson will be perplexing to urge his U.S. Open pretension when he shows adult to a initial tee next. Hopefully, Erin Hills has far-reaching tee boxes.