Dustin Johnson has lost his Masters resolution; The 2020 champion is accused of making misfortunes
When Dustin Johnson was the Masters champion he only lasted two rounds of the 2021 tournament.
Johnson lost the cut at this year’s event last November after winning the 2020 Masters. He fell two strokes outside the cut after playing over 5 holes of 36 holes.
He put it at zero for a reason he won’t play at Augusta National this weekend.
“Three putts killed me. You take all three putts off, I’m under 1,” Johnson said. On the PGATour.com website, which indicates that the DJ got 64 putts in his two rounds, the fifth on the field.
“That was the difference,” he added. “My speed was tremendous. I was short of 10 meters in the last hole. I haven’t had a good speed in the last two days.” Strong greens have been a challenge all week.
Johnson scored a third par-3 on Friday to hurt his chances. In the last four holes he fired two shots into the water, At Golf.com. The second was a T-shirt thrown at the age of 18, which required a bird to make a cut.
He hasn’t been the only Masters champion to lose the cut this week. Sergio Garcia, the 2017 champion, finished more than 4 and Danny Willett, the 2016 champion, joined Johnson with more than 5.
Multiple champions Rory McIlroy and Brooks Koepka also failed. McIlroy ended his two-day adventures at the age of six. Koepka (+5) was on course for three weeks after undergoing knee surgery on March 16th.