Imagine the No. 1 golfer in the world crushing an elite field and then saying: “I feel like I could still improve a lot.”
That’s what Dustin Johnson told reporters after running away with the year-opening Sentry Tournament of Champions, a 34-man invitation featuring seven of the top-10 golfers in the OWGR.
Johnson turned a two-stroke lead entering Sunday into an eight-stroke cakewalk. He did it by using his driver as a sledge hammer, gaining a whopping four strokes off the tee on the field in the final round alone.
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