Dustin Johnson knows that a fan support for Tiger Woods is opposite from anything else.
Johnson was among a organisation of players contending for a lead during a Masters on Sunday. After he finished his round, sharpened a 4-under 68 to finish 12 under, Johnson talked about a experience. While Johnson pronounced he had fun, he also remarkable how most opposite a support is for Tiger than anyone else.
“It was a lot of fun today,” Johnson pronounced in an talk with CBS’ Amanda Balionis. “You could hear a roars, and we can really tell a disproportion between a bark for me or a bark for Tiger (Woods). But we had a lot of fun out there today.”
Xander Schauffele also talked about a appetite from a throng after he finished his round.
“The crowds are incredible. we only arrange of fed off a crowds. we was conference roars from behind, that arrange of pushed me forward,” Schauffele said.
The fans had been watchful a prolonged time — given 2008 — to see Tiger win another major. You can know because they were so dismissed up. He inspired a sum host scene with his Tour Championship win in Atlanta in September, so a fan support was not a surprise.