2011 Masters Leaderboard: Dustin Johnson Heading the Wrong Way
A quick start is crucial to success at a major. Very rarely can a player turn a tough first round into major championship success. This isn't to say it can't be done. Just make an already difficult task that much harder.
Although it is still early, Dustin Johnson is hardly lighting up Augusta National on day one.
Johnson is two over par as he heads to the difficult stretch of Amen Corner.
Dustin is one of the favorites this week at Augusta. Currently ranked 11th in the world, one has to wonder if Augusta National isn't perhaps not a course well-suited to him. Johnson is not the best "scrambler" on tour, and that is an area players need to do well at to succeed here.
In two previous starts at The Masters, Johnson finished in 38th (2010) and 30th (2009).
His game has been a bit up and down in 2011. He has three top finishes in eight tournaments, but also three missed cuts.
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