Dustin Johnson has just caught fire professionally, shown in a 65-stroke round without bogey on June 10 – the opening day of the Palmetto Championship of the PGA Tour.

The tournament took place at Congaree, par71 with a prize fund of $7.3 million, replacing the RBC Canadian Open that was canceled because of Covid-19.

The event recorded Johnson’s rematch on the PGA Tour after three weeks of putting the club down and getting off to a good start after nearly four months of not finishing in the top 10. In the past two months alone, he was eliminated twice in the major arena, first at the Masters. as the defending champion and then the PGA Championship. The American player born in 1984 has held the top of the world golf rankings (OWGR) since August of last year.

After a three-week break, Johnson seems to have regained his top form.  Photo: AP

After a three-week break, Johnson seems to have regained his top form. Image: AP

Yesterday Johnson reached 348 yards at two points recorded by the PGA Tour as the average distance of the first hole. For the whole match, he hit 10 of the 14 fairways, went to the 11-hole GIR and kept par in all seven missed greens.

Johnson started in the back half, scoring four birdies on the 15-3 with putts from within 3.3 metres. The American golfer closed the round with a chip from the green that recorded the sixth birdie on the scoreboard, nearly 25 meters from hole 9.

Dustin Johnson's birdie from the green

“I don’t know why I hit the ball like a bet today. Swing well, create opportunities and close the sweet hole. I am satisfied with the result of this match”, Johnson himself commented on the first day of the Palmetto Championship. He was in the morning bracket, reaching the top of the table at the end of the day, but ending the day down to T2 at -6 with Doc Redman, Chesson Hadley and Erik van Rooyen.

First place went to Wes Roach with 64 afternoon sessions, including an eagle, six birdies and a bogey. This season, Roach still has to find a full-time spot on the PGA Tour through the Korn Ferry Tour second-place group.

Johnson, won 24 PGA Tour championships, nine European Tour cups, including the major duo – US Open 2016 and Masters 2020. He first rose to number one OWGR in February 2017, so far accumulated 133 weeks in the position. this. Considering the top 3 times to lead professional golf in the world, Johnson closed the group, behind Greg Norman with 331 weeks and a record of 683 weeks belonged to Tiger Woods.

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