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Sport Fan throws ball at Dustin Johnson during tee shot, DJ responds with birdie at PGA

20:00  10 august  2018
20:00  10 august  2018 Source:   golfweek.com

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Dustin Johnson entered this week's PGA Championship as the world's top-ranked golfer, and on the heels of Johnson shot a 3-under 67 Thursday at Bellerive Country Club, three shots behind leader Gary Woodland. DJ loves the St. Louis fans . pic.twitter.com/hhz2vFfuhX.

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It's hard to stop Dustin Johnson these days - even when it seems he's hitting two balls at once.

A spectator threw a ball toward Johnson while he was teeing off on a par-3 hole Friday during the second round of the PGA Championship at Bellerive Country Club in St. Louis.

Johnson was unfazed, but delivered a cold stare toward the area from where the ball was thrown after his tee shot.

Even better, his tee shot landed about 11 feet out and he sank the putt for birdie. It was his 12th hole of the day. He began play on No. 10.

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Dustin Johnson eventually delivered the knockout blow – in actuality, it was a ridiculous 341-yard tee shot that helped set up his decisive birdie – to subdue 54-hole leader Jordan Spieth in a sudden-death playoff and win the It was fun for the fans at Glen Oaks, hosting its first-ever PGA TOUR event.

Visit PGA Pro Services for more information about the PGA of America. Other times, power. Sunday was a power day at The Northern Trust. Dustin Johnson and Jordan Spieth On the first playoff hole, though, DJ hit an absolute bomb off the tee . He’d birdie the hole, edging Spieth by a stroke.

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