Sport Dustin Johnson believes he can win 9-10 tournaments in a season

03:40  04 january  2018
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WATCH: DJ close to 382-yard ace!

  WATCH: DJ close to 382-yard ace! Watch as Dustin Johnson almost holes his tee-shot for an ace at the 382-yard sixth hole in Kapalua.Dustin Johnson came within inches of an astonishing hole-in-one at the par-four sixth hole on day three of the Sentry Tournament of Champions in Hawaii.

which many believed that US Open champion Dustin Johnson wrapped up with his victory at the BMW Both players have won three times this season , with Johnson ’s trio of titles including his He has won three of his last nine tournaments and has finished in the top 10 in his last three Tour

Here are some of the reasons why Dustin Johnson will win a major championship in 2017 Rory has been mediocre at best this entire season . He has been able to show up at some tournaments and finish within a few top ten ’s.

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World number one Dustin Johnson believes he can win 9 or 10 trophies in a season as he prepares for the Tournament of Champions.

Last year, American star Justin Thomas earned Player of the Year by winning five PGA Tour events, including the US PGA Championship.

Johnson claimed four, but it still seems like golf is waiting for another truly dominant season like Tiger Woods produced in the past, which featured a nine-win year in 2000.

Johnson believes someone will again win that many tournaments in a season as he fronted the media on Wednesday.

"I believe so. I definitely think I can," Johnson said. "Obviously I'm going to have to play very good golf.

Johnson grabs lead at Tournament of Champions

  Johnson grabs lead at Tournament of Champions Johnson shot a 7-under 66 Saturday to grab the Tournament of champions lead with one round to play.World number one Dustin Johnson shot a seven-under-par 66 to claim a two-stroke lead following the third round at the Tournament of Champions.

Pingback: What Dustin Johnson used to win WGC-Mexico Championship – Sporty Show. Who gives a rats a$$. Dustin is so good he could win with 20 year old clubs. I believe his PW is 48* May be wrong though.

Every tournament . Dustin Johnson . United States. With the win , overtook the No. 1 spot in the Official World Golf Ranking from Jason Day. Marked the 10 th consecutive season he won a title on the PGA TOUR, joining Tiger Woods, Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer as player to have won at least

"The guys out here, as you all know, there's a lot of really good players out here on Tour, and for me to do that I'm going to have to play some really good golf, but definitely capable of it."

Johnson appeared ready to tilt the world of golf entirely onto his axis last year, winning three straight events leading up to The Masters.

Unfortunately for Johnson, he suffered a freak lower back injury leading up to the year's first major championship, forcing him to miss the event.

Johnson struggled for a while to re-gain his form, before ultimately out-duelling Jordan Spieth at the first FedEx Cup playoff event.

Johnson cruises to eight-shot win at Kapalua

  Johnson cruises to eight-shot win at Kapalua Dustin Johnson completed the landslide win by carding an eight-under-par 65 in Sunday's final round at Kapalua in Hawaii.World number one Dustin Johnson kicked off 2018 with an eight-stroke victory at the Tournament of Champions.

Thomas, who already has three wins and two further top 10 s this season , moved to 1,737 points to take a slim, one-point lead over the Japanese star. Matsuyama finished in a tie for 25th leaving him on 1,736 points. For the record, Dustin Johnson improved to third place at 1,353 points.

Fact 10 Johnson began his 2013 season with a win at the season opening Hyundai Tournament of Champions, an event reserved for winners from the past season . Short about Dustin Johnson is an American professional golfer who currently plays on the PGA Tour.

"It took a long time to recover from it, for sure," said Johnson, who will start his week alongside breakout star Xander Schauffele on Thursday.

"I've never really had an injury, other than I had knee surgery in 2010, maybe, I think. But that was only six weeks or something that I was down, but it didn't really affect me at all. So that was a lot different than low back where it kind of, it really affected like my rotation through the ball."

Like most long hitters, Johnson has found consistent success at The Plantation Course at Kapalua — host of this week's event. He is excited to knock the rust off at a tournament he won in 2013, and recorded a tie for sixth last year.

"This is always a great place to start the year. I enjoy coming back here," Johnson said. "I've been here the last quite a few years now, so it's a place I really enjoy coming. What's not to like about Hawaii? This golf course, it's a good golf course for me. It's big, it's pretty long, I can hit a lot of drivers, so I enjoy it."

Eagles' Lane Johnson ready to prove doubters wrong .
Lane Johnson said it felt like people were treating the Eagles like the Browns after Philadelphia lost Carson Wentz for the season."I think everybody perceives us as being the weakest, and that is fine," Johnson told reporters Tuesday, via ESPN. "I think that is good. I think if teams want to overlook us, that is good. We'll just see about Saturday. … We're excited. We know what people are saying.


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