Dustin Johnson pronounced Monday he is attack a round improved now than before he suffered the back damage that knocked him out of a Masters.
“I was attack a round improved currently than we was when we harmed myself, so that was a lot of fun,” Johnson told Jordan Schultz of a Huffington Post.
Johnson reportedly fell on a moody of stairs a day before he was scheduled to tee off in a this month’s Masters. The ensuing behind damage prevented him from creation his Augusta tee time and triggered volumes of conjecture on how it might have happened.
“The back’s feeling a lot better. It’s substantially about 85-90 percent right now,” he told Schultz, according to Schultz’s Twitter feed.
Johnson, a world’s No. 1 player, pronounced final week he’ll play in a Wells Fargo Championships during Eagle Point Golf Club from May 4-7.