Since the men’s World Ranking was officially launched in 1986, there have been only 24 world No 1 golfers, writes Brendan Barratt. Predictably, Tiger Woods heads up the list, having held top spot for 683 weeks, but who else has been top dog?
Dustin Johnson led by example at Whistling Straits this week, becoming just the fifth player in Ryder Cup history to win five of five matches as he spearheaded America’s sensational 19-9 victory over Europe.
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World No 1 Dustin Johnson will finally be in action again this week after being infected with coronavirus more than three weeks ago. You may also like
World No 1 and the new FedEx Cup champion, Dustin Johnson, has rather unsurprisingly been voted 2020 PGA Tour Player of the Year. You may also like
Dustin Johnson will take a one-shot lead into the third round of the Tour Championship after he shot an even-par 70 at the PGA Tour finale on Saturday. You may also like
It’s fair to say Dustin Johnson’s heroics in the final round of The Northern Trust left even some of the game’s best players starstruck. See what fellow players had to say about his magnificent performance at TPC Boston. You may also like