Dustin Johnson put on a show on the driving range at the Presidents Cup for the members of the 2017 Junior Presidents Cup in September.
Dustin Johnson, an AJGA alum who played in six tournaments from 1999-2002, dominated the field at the Sentry Tournament of Champions in Kapalua, Maui, Hawaii, to win the first PGA TOUR tournament of 2018.
Johnson led fellow AJGA alum Brian Harman by two strokes heading into the final round, but a front-nine 4-under-par 32 distanced himself from the field. The biggest highlight of the day came at the par-4, 433-yard 12th hole. Johnson drove the green and rolled the ball to two inches for a tap-in eagle. The 33-year-old finished at 24-under-par 268.
AJGA Leadership Links ambassador Rickie Fowler finished T4 while outfitted in a Hawaiian shirt to open 2018.
And the first trophy of 2018 goes to ... pic.twitter.com/ZgGhcklSvE— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) January 8, 2018