Johnson ready for long game at Open

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Johnson ready for long game at Open

His 2017 season began with a superb victory at the Farmers Insurance Open in January, when he rolled in a 60-foot eagle putt on the last hole to claim his first PGA Tour win.

"I feel like I'm prepared, I feel like I'm ready, and we'll see what happens". Paulina Gretzky and Dustin Johnson have welcomed their second child, a baby boy, on Monday, June 12, ESPN's Ian O'Connor reports.

"So I show up looking like a complete ragamuffin, and here's this really cute guy".

Johnson was in dominant form before the injury, winning three events in a row heading into the Masters. "Just I'm always happy and excited to be with them".

Fortunately the timing was ideal as Johnson - who missed the cut at the Memorial Tournament last time out - revealed he considered skipping the major.

"Another boy!" Johnson says following the reveal, walking toward the camera with his hands in the air.

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The mother of two also updated her Instagram bio to read, "Mama of Tatum & River", while her golfer fiance posted the same photo on his Instagram account with the caption that read, "I'm so thankful for my family and the new addition River Jones Johnson".

But Johnson did play Erin Hills last week.

"But seriously, the rough is bad here and you have got to hit it in the fairways, and besides there is plenty of room to do that as the fairways are pretty wide".

Our Erin, Wisconsin sources (yeah, we got those) tell us Dustin appeared focused on golf and confident when he got to Wisconsin - but he's clearly pumped about having his 2nd kid.

"These are the widest fairways we've ever played in a US Open", McIlroy said. It definitely helped with my preparation coming in because I knew I wasn't going to get here until Tuesday afternoon.

Ernie Els, the only South African US Open victor in the field (1994 and 1997), has been showing signs of getting back into form.

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