After rolling in a downhill four-footer for par on the 18th, Dustin Johnson walked through the underpass, where his coach Butch Harmon was waiting for him.
“The back (nine) was a lot better,” Dustin, with a big grin on his face, said to Harmon. “Finally made some putts. The front (nine) sucked.”
DJ made the turn with a forgettable even par, but he found his stride coming in, rolling in three consecutive birdies on Nos. 13, 14 and 15. The longest putt he had in that stretch was 10 feet on the 14th. He knocked it inside four feet on the other two.