Johnson Makes it to the US Ryder Cup Team

Dustin Johnson is successful to achieve his goal. While playing at TPC Boston, he told that his main goal was to impress the American Ryder Cup team skipper Davis Love so that he could get the opportunity to be a part of the Ryder Cup team. Though Johnson wasn’t able to win the Deutsche Bank Championship, but his performance there took him into Love’s account. The reward came soon when Davis Love announced the name of the four wildcard entries to the US Ryder Cup team and that included Johnson’s name.


Vijay Singh, a Fijian professional golfer was one of the greatest golf players in the world in the era of late 90’s till 2000. He had his best season in 2003-2004 where he created history and broke records at an age of 40.

He is nicknamed as “The Big Fijian”. At an early stage of his professional career, he was alleged of altering his scorecard so as to make a cut at an Asian Tour championship and thus was suspended. This was a period where he had to face lot of troubles but gained experience by playing smaller leagues.

Dustin Johnson has Mixed Emotions

Spaniard Sergio Garcia and American Dustin Johnson took a break from the rigors of professional golf and were hitting purple golf balls from the makeshift greens near the river Thames in London. And both the golfers are extremely excited at golf making its comeback to the Olympic Games after more than a 100 year absence from The Greatest Show on Earth.

Casey’s Withdrawal Opens Door for Wonder-kid

Paul Casey’s withdrawal from this week’s US Open has seen teenage prodigy, Andy Zhang, handed the opportunity to play in his maiden Major at just 14-years old.

Casey’s shoulder injury has forced the Englishman to accept defeat in his battle to be fit in time for the season’s second Major, opening the door for the Chinese-born Florida-based Zhang.

Johnson returns

Twenty seven year old Dustin Johnson has returned to the golf course for the first time in over two and half months to take part in the memorial tournament which is being defended by fellow American Steve Stricker.

The American admitted to be so out of his routine that he actually forgot to pack much of his essentials for the tournament, most notably all his trouser belts were left at home.