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Question of the Day
Ryder Cups: 2.
Ryder Cup record: 3-3-1.
Career victories: 9.
2012 victories: Colonial, John Deere Classic.
2012 Majors: Masters-T32, US Open-T41, British Open-T9, PGA Championship-70.
Backspin: He is the only American player who does not have a losing record despite never playing on a winning team. That says something about Johnson, who was a captain’s pick in 2010 and brings key elements to match play _ accuracy, great wedge play and a solid putter. A two-time winner this year, he might play a bigger role on this U.S. team that most casual fans realize.
World ranking: 14.
Ryder Cups: 1.
Ryder Cup record: 1-1-2.
Career victories: 4.
2012 victories: The Players Championship.
By Scott Pinsker
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