His masterful display off the tee at the par-73 Plantation Course in Kapalua, Hawaii, on Sunday included a near hole-in-one at the 433-yard, par-four 12th hole that came just inches short.
And clearly Johnson, now 33 years old, has control over what he is doing.
World number one Dustin Johnson powered to an eight-shot triumph at the US PGA Tour Tournament of Champions in Hawaii at the weekend.
American golfer Dustin Johnson has channelled his inner Happy Gilmore, absolutely smashing a drive from the tee of a par four.
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Two months earlier, in June, the USS Fitzgerald and a cargo ship smashed into each other off Japan, leaving seven sailors dead. Footage from state television channel CCTV showed the ship in the grip of an intense fire, enveloped in clouds of black smoke.
Dustin Johnson won Sunday at Kapalua, almost ending the fight on the 433-yard 12th hole at the Tournament of Champions on Sunday.
"This week was better than I thought", Matsuyama said.
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Moss quoted Atwood in her acceptance speech and dedicated her award the to the author. Winfrey took a moment to reflect on her own historic moment.
"I came out today with a lot of focus and I knew I wanted to play really well and not even". So I knew it was going to be pretty good. So, for me, it's just all about pushing forward, and you can't change anything that happened in the past. He led by at least five shots over the final 11 holes. The latter overcame an ordinary start in Maui to post another top-ten finish on 12 under par.
Besides the U.S. Open, in 2016 Johnson won the WGC-Bridgestone (a World Golf Championship event) and the BMW Championship, part of the Tour's FedEx Cup playoffs. Earlier this week he said a historic eight wins or more season was possible and something to strive for.
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He added that Congress authorised up to US$900 million in such money for Pakistan for fiscal year 2017, which ended on Sept 30. His first tweet of 2018, calling out of the "lies and deceit" of Pakistan, had pretty much all of India whooping in approval.
"I could see it until it landed, but I knew it was on a good line", he said. "I got off to the right start, for sure", he said. A runner-up to DJ in the matchplay a year ago, Rahm confirmed that he is a talent that's here to stay on the PGA Tour. "Whether I win or lose". "First I want to get to 20, then 30 and once there 40", he added.