At the conclusion of his pre-championship press conference, Johnson accepted the Mark H. Mc Cormack Award for holding the No. 1 spot in the Official World Golf Ranking for the greatest number of weeks in 2017.
Johnson became the 10th player in the championships history to hold the lead after every round but the last one.
To me, the only part of my game where I feel like Im struggling a little bit is with the putter, but I dont feel like Im struggling putting.
I feel like Im putting it well and rolling it good.
Johnson is 18th in strokes gained/putting and seventh in putts per round.
Well, he alluded to his U.S. Open finish, and sure enough, the South Carolina native is a rather pedestrian 51st in fourth round putting.
From 10-20 feet, he languishes in the 150s in the rankings among 201 players.