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Dustin Johnson Bunker

August 16, 2010 by Post Team 

Dustin Johnson Bunker, Johnson was born in Columbia, South Carolina. He plays golf in college at Coastal Carolina University. As an amateur, won the Monroe Invitational and Northeast Amateur in 2007 and played on the winning 2007 Walker Cup and Palmer Cup teamsohnson has been eliminated from the playoffs in PGA Championship on Sunday after being penalized two strokes of his country club in a bunker that even know existed. Instead of 71 to join Bubba Watson and Martin Kaymer in the playoff hole thirdly, he changed his score 5-7 and signed by a 73 to tie for fifth place. “I do not know if I can describe,” said Johnson, who quickly filled up and walked toward the parking lot before Kaymer and Watson finished their first hole. “If it were me, I would have thought he was in a bunker. But not for me.

The 26-year-old was the leader in the third round at the U.S. Open, only to have a complete fusion on Sunday and shoot 82. It was the highest score in the U.S. Open a 54-hole leader Fred McLeod shot 83 in the Chicago Golf Club in 1911. It was also rated as the worst professional.He Johnson insisted that the collapse was not delayed, and Pebble Beach seemed the last thing on his mind Whistling Straits. When folded into a 12-footer for birdie at the par-March 17 he was the absolute leader, less than half an hour redemption.But his tee shot on the 18th, arrived at the gallery along the right side of the street, landing on a small patch of sand that had been trampled, kicked and trampled by thousands of fans during the last weekWalking and seeing the photo, he never had for me was in a bunker, “said Johnson.” I thought it was a piece of land has been trampled by the crowd. I never thought it was a sand trap. I saw a lot never thought it was a bunker.

Johnson has been eliminated from the playoffs in PGA Championship on Sunday after he was penalized two strokes at the golf club in a bunker you never knew existed. Instead of 71 to join Bubba Watson and Martin Kaymer in the playoff hole thirdly, he changed his score 5-7 and signed by a 73 to tie for fifth place. “I do not know if I can describe,” said Johnson, who quickly filled up and walked toward the parking lot before Kaymer and Watson finished their first hole. “If it were me, I would have thought he was in a bunker. But not for me.” It was a cruel ruler of an important since Roberto de Vicenzo signed an accidental highest score at the Masters in 1968, and the victory was Bob Goalby.

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