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Born: 1984-06-22, Columbia, S.C.
Nationality: USA
Height: 6'4", Weight: 190lbs
Home: Myrtle Beach, S.C.
College: Coastal Carolina University
Turned Pro: 2007
Joined PGA Tour: 2008
Official World Golf Ranking: 1
Notes: Johnson got the proverbial monkey off his back by breaking through for his first major title with a three-shot win over Jim Furyk, Shane Lowry and Scott Piercy in the 2016 U.S. Open. Entered the final round trailing 54-hole leader Lowry by four before a final-round, one-under 69 (which included a one-stroke penalty for his ball moving on the par-4 fifth green) led to his victory. The win came in his 193rd start at the age of 31 years, 11 months and 28 days. With the win, ...

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Dustin Johnson

Johnson got the proverbial monkey off his back by breaking through for his first major title with a three-shot win over Jim Furyk, Shane Lowry and Scott Piercy in the 2016 U.S. Open. Entered the final round trailing 54-hole leader Lowry by four before a final-round, one-under 69 (which included a one-stroke penalty for his ball moving on the par-4 fifth green) led to his victory. The win came in his 193rd start at the age of 31 years, 11 months and 28 days. With the win, he became the first player to follow up a runner-up finish at the U.S. Open with a victory the next season since Tiger Woods (2007-2008). Others included Payne Stewart (1998-99), Jack Nicklaus (1971-72) and Bob Jones (three times). Sunday?s final round marked the 12th consecutive round in a U.S. Open that he had been ranked sixth or better on the leader board, dating to the first round of the 2014 U.S. Open. Tiger Woods (1999-2000) and Payne Stewart (1998-1999) are next on the list with eight consecutive rounds, with all three players winning during their respective stretch.
Johnson?s grandfather, Art Whisnant, played basketball at South Carolina and was a three-time All-ACC selection in the early 1960s. Dustin could palm a basketball as a seventh-grader and can still dunk the ball. He was a first-team All-American at Coastal Carolina for two seasons, where he won seven times during his career. He represented the United States on the winning Walker Cup Team in September 2007, and turned professional later that month.
Johnson advanced through all three stages of Q-School in 2007 to qualify for the PGA Tour. Has won at least once a year in each of his first six seasons on the Tour, including 2013. He played on the 2010 and ?12 USA Ryder Cup teams and the 2011 and ?15 Presidents Cup teams.
2011 Notes: Johnson's fourth full season on the PGA Tour ended with a career-best 4th-place finish in the FedExCup standings. His victory at The Barclays made him the first player since Tiger Woods to go directly from college to the professional ranks and win in his first four years on the Tour. Was one of six rookies on the victorious USA Presidents Cup team, but he struggled to a 1-3-1 record at Royal Melbourne GC.
In 2012, Johnson was hampered by a back injury sustained while lifting a jet-ski at his home, and consequently missed two months of competition after the WGC-Cadillac, including the Masters. He came back strong, finishing T-19th at The Memorial, then won the next week at the FedEx St. Jude Classic. He finished the year 8th in FedExCup standings and 19th on the money list.
In his second consecutive Ryder Cup appearance, he went 3-0-0 at Medinah CC in the USA loss. Made five birdies in a five-hole stretch on the inward nine in his singles match against Nicolas Colsaerts to win, 3 & 2.
2013 Notes: Won the first event at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions after play was delayed three days due to strong winds and heavy rain. He was runner-up at the RBC Canadian Open, despite an opening round 75 and a triple bogey in the final round. He finished three shots behind winner Brandt Snedeker. One of six top-10 finishes on the season led to a 13th-place showing in the FedExCup, and his fifth consecutive top-15 finish in the season-long points race.
2014 Notes: In his first start, Johnson won the WGC-HSBC Champions after finishing at a staggering 24 under par. His brother, Austin, served as caddie at the Sheshan International Golf Club in Shanghai, China. With the win, Johnson had captured at least one title per year going back to 2008. Also finished T-2nd at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am and Northern Trust Open, then a T-4th at the WGC-Cadillac. In May, Johnson finished T-7th at the Byron Nelson. In June, he finished T-4th at the U.S. Open. Finished T-12th at The Open Championship, then withdrew from the RBC Canadian Open. He announced he was taking a leave of absence from golf for personal reasons. Despite the leave, he finished 30th in the FedExCup standings and 12th on the money list. He also would have earned a spot on the USA Ryder Cup team. He didn?t return to golf until six months later.
2015 Notes: Johnson missed the cut at his first tournament back, the Farmers Insurance Open, but finished T-4th in his next start at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. The following week, at the Northern Trust Open, he lost to James Hahn on the third hole of a playoff when Hahn made birdie. Two weeks later, he entered the final round of the WGC-Cadillac Championship trailing J.B. Holmes by five strokes before a final-round, three-under-par 69 led to a one-stroke victory over Holmes, the largest comeback in the tournament?s history. The win was the ninth of his career and second in a WGC event (2013 HSBC Champions), making him one of eight players with at least two wins in the series. His week at the Cadillac included a hole-in-one at the par-3 fourth hole during the third round. The achievement made him the first player to have an ace and win the same week since Steve Stricker at the 2011 Memorial. After that, he finished T-6th in his next two starts, at the Valero Texas Open and Masters. He also had a top-10 with his T-8th finish at the AT&T Byron Nelson. He lost to Jordan Spieth at the U.S. Open, his 25th major championship appearance. Two great shots at the par-5 72nd hole led to an eagle putt attempt from just over 12 feet to win his first major, but when that putt slid by to the left, he missed the short return putt that would have forced an 18-hole playoff with Spieth on Monday. He finished runner-up with Louis Oosthuizen. He is now winless in four attempts when playing in the final pairing at a major championship. The others are the 2010 U.S. Open (T-8th), 2010 PGA Championship (T-5th) and the 2011 U.S. Open (T-2nd). The finish was his ninth top-10 in a major. At The Open, he led after the first and second rounds but shot 75-75 to finish T-49th. Ended up T-7th at the PGA Championship after leading in the first round. In the four majors, Johnson had a share of the lead after the first round at the U.S. Open, The Open and PGA Championship; the lead after second round of The Open; and a share of the lead after the third round of the U.S. Open. He had top-10s in three of the four FedExCup playoffs: T-9th at The Barclays, T-7th at the BMW Championship and T-5th at the Tour Championship. He finished 7th in the final FedExCup standings and 5th on the money list. He went 3-1-0 in his four Presidents Cup matches.
2016 Notes: Started the year with a T-5th at the WGC-HSBC Championship and didn?t have another top-10 until his 4th-place finish at the Northern Trust. Lost in the quarterfinals (T-5th) to Louis Oosthuizen in the WGC-Dell World Match Play. He was 3rd at the Shell Houston Open, T-4th at the Masters and 3rd at the Memorial. Shot a final-round 63 to finish 5th at the FedEx St. Jude Classic. The next week, he won the U.S. Open. Has now captured at least one title in each of his first nine seasons on the PGA Tour (the Tour's current best streak). By comparison, Tiger Woods won in his first 14 seasons (1996-2009). Posted a four-under 276 winning score, the lowest score in the nine U.S. Opens hosted by Oakmont Country Club. Owns eight top-10 finishes in his last 10 major championship starts, with 12 top-10s overall in majors. Won in his next start at the World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational, posting back-to-back victories for the first time in his career. Shot consecutive rounds of 66 on the weekend to rally from three strokes behind at the start of the final round for his third career World Golf Championships victory. Finished two groups ahead of 54-hole co-leader Jason Day, who dropped four strokes in last four holes to finish T-3rd and three shots back. Joined Tiger Woods, Ernie Els, Geoff Ogilvy, Rory McIlroy, Justin Rose and Martin Kaymer as players with victories at the U.S. Open and a World Golf Championships event, as well as becoming the ninth player with at least one major championship victory and multiple World Golf Championships wins. Overtook Jason Day at No. 1 in the FedExCup standings, the first time he has been ranked 1st in the standings since winning the 2013 Hyundai Tournament of Champions. Became first player since Jordan Spieth in 2015 to win next start after winning U.S. Open. Earned his 11th PGA Tour title and his 10th top-10 finish of the season. Added another top-10 with a T-9th finish at The Open Championship. Continued his streak of top-10s with a T-2nd at the RBC Canadian Open, where he was just a shot from winner Jhonattan Vegas. It was his sixth consecutive top-10 and 12th for the year. The streak ended the next week at the PGA Championship, where he missed the cut at Baltusrol. In the FedExCup playoffs, he started slowly with a T-18th at The Barclays and T-8th at the Deutsche Bank, before winning the BMW Championship. He finished T-6th at the Tour Championship, but had to wait for the results of the playoff between Rory McIlroy, Ryan Moore and Kevin Chappell to see who won the FedExCup race. McIlroy won the playoff and Johnson finished 2nd. In his third Ryder Cup appearance, went 2-2 in the United States? 17-11 victory. Ended the week at Hazeltine on a high note with a 1-up singles victory over Chris Wood. Ended the year with a T-3rd finish at the Hero World Challenge.
2017 Notes: After finishing T-6th at the SBS Tournament of Champions and T-2nd at the Abu Dhabi Championship, one behind winner Tommy Fleetwood, he missed the cut at the Farmers. Then he went on a streak, finishing 3rd at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, followed by wins at the Genesis Open, WGC-Mexico Championship and WGC-Dell Match Play Championship. With the win at the Genesis, took over the top spot in the Official World Golf Ranking, becoming the 20th player to move into the top spot of the rankings. The Genesis win also meant he stays on the list that includes (but not limited to) Arnold Palmer (17: 1955-1971), Jack Nicklaus (17: 1962-1978) and Tiger Woods (14: 1996-2009) as players to win at least once on the PGA Tour in each of their first 10 seasons. With the win at the WGC Dell Match Play, one in which he played 112 holes during the week and never trailed in a single match, he also became the first player to win all four World Golf Championship titles. Took his hot streak to the Masters, but unfortunately had an accident in which he fell down some stairs in his Augusta rental home and injured his back. Was unable to loosen up the injury the next day and had to withdraw from the Masters. A month later came back and finished T-2nd at the Wells Fargo, one shot back from winner Brian Harman.

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 228, Cuts Made: 183 (80%), Top Tens: 80 (35%) , Rounds: 774, Scoring Avg: 70.36, Career Earnings: $47,774,492 - Best Finish: 1st (16 times)
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