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8:50PM

SportsXchange: Johnson rolls to Genesis Open win, grabs No. 1 ranking

By Art Spander
SportsXchange

PACIFIC PALISADES, Calif. — So many negatives for Dustin Johnson, the collapse at the 2010 U.S. Open, the six months away from golf for "personal issues" — was it a suspension for cocaine? — the three-putt bogey at the 72nd hole that kept him out of a playoff for the 2015 U.S. Open. 

What was wrong with the guy? So much talent. So many near misses. So much criticism about his personal life. 

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Copyright 2017 SportsXchange 

12:11PM

SportsXchange: Johnson holds second-round lead at Genesis Open

By Art Spander
SportsXchange

PACIFIC PALISADES, Calif. — The men who play the PGA Tour do some remarkable things. 

You know the slogan: "These guys are good." 

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Copyright 2017 SportsXchange 

8:21AM

Global Golf Post: McIlroy Leaves Without A Word

By Art Spander
Global Golf Post

OAKMONT, PENNSYLVANIA — He had telegraphed his feelings clearly upon arrival. "I'm obviously excited to be here," Rory McIlroy told us a few days earlier at Oakmont. But now after missing the cut he wasn't saying anything other than, "I'm not talking."

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Copyright 2016 Global Golf Post

8:00AM

The Sports Xchange: Kokrak leads Northern Trust after two rounds

By Art Spander
The Sports Xchange

PACIFIC PALISADES, Calif. — The PGA Tour chooses to describe golfers' skills with a tidy phrase: These guys are good.

That might be an understatement. As the leaderboard of the Northern Trust Open verifies, these guys are fantastic.

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Copyright 2016 The Sports Xchange

7:45AM

S.F. Examiner: Crisis? Johnson bids for Claret Jug after U.S. Open crash

By Art Spander
San Francisco Examiner

ST. ANDREWS, Scotland — The specter of disappointment was lurking, haunting Dustin Johnson, or so we thought. What Johnson thought, or so he told us, was, hey, he can’t do anything about the past, about the way he squandered the U.S. Open.

“I did everything I was supposed to do,” he said of his final-day putting disaster at Chambers Bay. “It wasn’t difficult to get over it. But you know I was definitely happy the way I played.”

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©2015 The San Francisco Examiner