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Latest Dustin Johnson Items
After squandering two chances to win a major championship last year, Dustin Johnson never envisioned getting another shot at this British Open.
A day that began with howling rain and wind ended in bright sunshine, a turn of meteorological fortune that helped sort out a bunched-up field at the British Open.
Rickie Fowler led an American charge up the leaderboard on a day when the weather roared at Royal St. George's.
On a sunny day when the old-timers shined, the kid made sure he was right in the thick of things at the British Open.
Tiger Woods is back home, nursing a sore leg. The rest of American golf isn't doing so well, either.
Rory McIlroy slipped into his seat without great fanfare Tuesday, his presence detected by a sudden burst of camera shutters when the photographers realized the star of this British Open had arrived.
The 111th U.S. Open got under way Thursday morning under drizzling skies at Congressional Country Club.
If he keeps playing like this, Rory McIlroy's next chance to close out a major should come very soon.
No Americans out there who can win the U.S. Open?