After missing the Masters with a sore back, Dustin Johnson says he’s 100 percent healthy heading into Thursday’s start of the AT&T Byron Nelson.
After missing the Masters with a sore back, Dustin Johnson says he’s 100 percent healthy heading into Thursday’s start of the AT&T Byron Nelson. Chris O'Meara AP
After missing the Masters with a sore back, Dustin Johnson says he’s 100 percent healthy heading into Thursday’s start of the AT&T Byron Nelson. Chris O'Meara AP

Johnson’s back, and his back is 100 percent

May 17, 2017 07:07 PM

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