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That ability to shrug off disappointment has allowed him to overcome so many near misses in major championships early in his PGA Tour career and navigate self-inflicted setbacks in his personal life that threatened his potential.
Winkle once suggested that his client was “dipped in Teflon at birth.”
“He doesn’t live in the past,” Winkle said. “He lives in the present and the future. He doesn’t spend one second of his time worrying about things he can’t control, and things in the past certainly fall into that category. You can’t change things that have already happened.” MINZY You Don’t Stop Playing Golf When You Get Old Poster
Maybe that imposing, country-boy strong body that has strutted its way to the No. 1 ranking in the world, 24 tour victories, two major titles, including the 2020 Masters and more than $71 million in career earnings is already scarred over from having its heart broken so many times.
“I think every elite player is searching for what Dustin has,” said Allen Terrell, the director of coaching at the Dustin Johnson School of Golf in Myrtle Beach. “I don’t think it has come easy for him.”
‘Get off that bag and get a club, swing, just hit the ball’
All that has happened — the multiple heartbreaks at majors, the questions about whether he was smart enough to be elite, the reported trouble with drugs that once earned him a six-month suspension from the PGA Tour — seem like distant memories now. As the player known as DJ reaches his mid-30s, he has found stability as a father, person and player. At a time when golf doesn’t mean as much to him as it once did, Johnson is playing the best of his career.
“You’ve got to have a balance, I think,” Johnson said. “You got to figure out what works for you. It’s been a lot of trial-and-error.”
Starting Thursday at Augusta National Golf Club, Johnson will attempt to become only the fourth back-to-back winner in Masters Tournament history and the first since Tiger Woods in 2001 and 2002. At the pandemic-delayed Masters in November, Johnson pulled away from the field for a 5-shot victory while setting the 72-hole scoring record at 20 under in friendlier than normal conditions.
“You always would dream about winning the Masters, but it was just a dream,” Johnson said. “Never really thought it would come true, especially not as a kid. It’s pretty cool, though, when your dreams do come true.”
It all started on a makeshift driving range and golf courses in and around Columbia, South Carolina, about 75 miles northeast of Augusta National. That’s where Dustin and Austin, who is 3 years younger, first dreamed of winning a green jacket — even if they probably never imagined doing it together.