Published: Wed, January 10, 2018
Sports | By Toni Houston

Dustin Johnson almost sinks hole-in-one on a par 4

Dustin Johnson almost sinks hole-in-one on a par 4

Johnson stretched a two-shot lead to six shots at the turn, then delivered the biggest moment of the week with a drive on the par-4 12th hole that stopped 6 inches from the cup for a tap-in eagle. On Sunday, the 33-year-old did one better.

Dustin Johnson won the first PGA Tour event of 2018 with something to spare, firing a closing 65 to come out on top by eight strokes in the Sentry Tournament of Champions. "I didn't want it to have to come down to the last couple holes", he said.

If you thought the fictional Happy Gilmore could smack a ball hundreds of miles, then you haven't seen real life pro-golfer Dustin Johnson let one rip from 400 yards.

"If I keep playing good, keep working, keep learning about myself, I just need to keep getting better scores without my A game like I have this week", Rahm said.

Miller, who twice went over 435-yards on the way to winning his second title. rarely plays golf but who cares about putting and chipping when you've got this ridiculous swing.

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"I try to forget everything, " he said.

He played the 12th hole in four shots on the weekend.

If Johnson's ball had have rolled that extra six inches, he would have been just the second person in PGA history to hit a hole-in-one on a par four, following Andrew Magee at TPC Scottsdale in 2001.

Johnson, who seized the world No. 1 ranking last February, has now won at least one US tour title for 11 straight years.

"But if I can stay focused just on what I'm supposed to be doing, the shot I want to hit, and the next shot that I'm going to hit, then that's how I have success". Earlier this week he said a historic eight wins or more season was possible and something to strive for. "Whether I win or lose".

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