When Dustin Johnson raced out to an easy U.S. Open lead usually a few days after primarily laying eyes on Shinnecock Hills, The Forecaddie asked his coach how a World No. 1 does it.
“He’ll tell you, if we can’t figure out a march in 3 days, maybe we shouldn’t be doing this,” Wayne Gretzky pronounced before a weird weekend of changing immature speeds and nonsensical hole locations seemed to get a best of DJ. After Sunday’s final round, Johnson uncharacteristically upheld on chatting with a media, suggesting this was one vital he will perpetually not get over.
The Man Out Front has a unctuous guess a focused Johnson will spin adult during Carnoustie – where he has played in dual Alfred Dunhill Links – on a goal in what might be his favorite kind of golf: fast, organisation links. Johnson’s agent, David Winkle, pronounced he’s never seen a actor some-more “adept during saying and regulating slope,” and he repped former British Open champion and short-game sorceress Justin Leonard.
The Great One believes DJ’s knack for creativity when he gets on a links is something some-more surpassing than usually visualization. Gretzky says in rounds during Sherwood in Los Angeles or in
Coeur D’ Alene, Idaho, first-time members of their foursomes get a bit of a surprise.
“The initial time people play with him, they are agreeably astounded during his believe not usually for a diversion itself and a apparatus and a balls, though a golf march pattern itself,” pronounced No. 99. “The soil, a forms of grasses, a greens, that proceed they empty … he’s flattering remarkable.”
He takes a assured proceed into contest play.
“I pronounced to him one time maybe we should use (caddie brother) Austin now and afterwards for immature reading,” Gretzky noted. “He said, ‘Why would I? we can review greens improved than anyone
in a world.’ “Whoa!
“It’s not egotistical, it’s a fact. He’s usually most some-more associating about a diversion and a competition than people give him credit for. we consider he’s indeed arrange of a golf Einstein.” Gwk
(Note: This story seemed in a Jul 2018 emanate of Golfweek.)