So as you may have heard, Dustin Johnson had a few problems on Sunday at the U.S. Open, surrendering a three-stroke lead within what seemed like instants. By the time that photo above was taken on No. 7, Johnson was in full free-fall mode, and when he spanged his tee shot off the hull of that trawler above, it was all over.*
Johnson faced the media at the AT&T National for the first time since Pebble on Tuesday, and with strong voice and a healthy dose of we'll-get-'em-next-time clichés, insisted that oh yes, his rough afternoon was just that, a rough afternoon, and he'd be right as rain and give 110 percent and the sun will come up tomorrow, bet your bottom dollar and all that.
"It was gone when I left California," Johnson said of the collapse. "It was a tough day, but golfers have tough days, and it's how quick you can get over them is the best part." Johnson further said that he played a few holesRead More »from Dustin Johnson gets back at it after a rather ugly Open Sunday