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I’d Love To Be Part Of The Ryder Cup’ – Dustin Johnson Not Giving Up On Team USA

I'd Love To Be Part Of The Ryder Cup' - Dustin Johnson Not Giving Up On Team USA

At the 43rd Ryder Cup, Dustin Johnson played a pivotal part in Team USA’s victory as he secured a perfect record of 5-0-0. The 38-year-old was in imperious form at Whistling Straits, as he added his name to a coveted list of players who have secured five points out of five at a Ryder Cup, with DJ joining Larry Nelson, Arnold Palmer, Gardner Dickinson and Francesco Molinari.

However, following his move to LIV Golf in 2022, there is a possibility that we won’t be seeing DJ in an American Ryder Cup side in the future, with the sanctions put in for those who joined the Saudi-backed series meaning it’s become a bit more difficult to get into Zach Johnson’s side.

Johnson put his arm round Steve Stricker at the Ryder Cup

Johnson puts his arm around 2020 Ryder Cup captain, Steve Stricker

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Essentially, six players will qualify automatically via points from Majors and PGA Tour events (LIV players are banned from PGA Tour tournaments), with the other six being hand-picked by Z Johnson.


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