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Dustin Johnson Hurts His Back in a Fall, but Still Hopes to Play

Dustin Johnson Hurts His Back in a Fall, but Still Hopes to Play

Sports Briefing: In His Return, Dustin Johnson Is Satisfied With a 70

In His Return, Dustin Johnson Is Satisfied With a 70

Sports Briefing: In His Return, Dustin Johnson Is Satisfied With a 70

Dustin Johnson wins Bridgestone Invitational as Jason Day falters

Dustin Johnson wins Bridgestone Invitational as Jason Day falters

Dustin Johnson and Hideki Matsuyama Lead in Bahamas

Dustin Johnson and Hideki Matsuyama Lead in Bahamas

Johnson and Matsuyama were tied at Louis Oosthuizen and Matt Kuchar were two shots back.

On Golf: Masters Favorite? Dustin Johnson, With Plenty of Competition

Masters Favorite? Dustin Johnson, With Plenty of Competition

On Golf: Masters Favorite? Dustin Johnson, With Plenty of Competition

Dustin Johnson Moves a Step Closer to FedEx Cup Title

Dustin Johnson Moves a Step Closer to FedEx Cup Title

After shooting a 66 on Thursday, Johnson shot a 67 to take a one-stroke lead over Kevin Chappell in the Tour Championship, the final tournament of the P.G.A. Tour season.

USGA hits back at McIlroy: We were right to slap Dustin Johnson with penalty

USGA hits back at McIlroy: We were right to slap Dustin Johnson with penalty

Dustin Johnson Shares Lead, but FedEx Cup Title Is in Reach

Dustin Johnson Shares Lead, but FedEx Cup Title Is in Reach

After Johnson made three straight birdies to go up by three shots in the third round of the Tour Championship, Kevin Chappell caught up with him.

All it took was three holes for Andrew Landry to tumble down the leaderboard Saturday at the U.S. Open. Landry closed with two birdies in his second round to stay right in the mix. Nearly five hours later, he was in the last group of the third round of his first U.S. Open, being announced alongside powerful Dustin Johnson.

Andrew Landry loses lead but keeps cool at US Open

All it took was three holes for Andrew Landry to tumble down the leaderboard Saturday at the U.S. Open. Landry closed with two birdies in his second round to stay right in the mix. Nearly five hours later, he was in the last group of the third round of his first U.S. Open, being announced alongside powerful Dustin Johnson.

Johnson remains one ahead at brutal Oakmont

Johnson remains one ahead at brutal Oakmont

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