There are mixed fashions to put Dustin Johnson’s deteriorate into context. Despite personification in only 40 percent of a PGA Tour’s events this year, he leads a debate in gain and tip 10 finishes. In his final 5 starts, he’s beaten or tied 589 of a 592 other golfers in a margin (shoutout to Jordan Spieth, Kelly Kraft and Brian Harman). At a Wells Fargo Championship, he done a weekend on a cut line…and roughly won.
The latest justification that Johnson is really, unequivocally good: The World No. 1 put his proceed on Sawgrass’ 11th hole in a H2O on Friday morning, and still done birdie.
If that shot didn’t sign that sentiment, all we need to do is inspect that indifferent march, suggestive of one examination a film already seen dozens of time before. Given a uncover Dustin has displayed in 2017, a showing that should shock a ruin out of his competitors.