Published: Fri, April 14, 2017
Markets | By Erika Turner

Dustin Johnson headed back to PGA Tour at Wells Fargo

Dustin Johnson headed back to PGA Tour at Wells Fargo

Johnson had won three of his last four starts this season before withdrawing from the Masters Tournament last week with a back injury.

Johnson, who was born in Columbia, South Carolina and attended Coastal Carolina University in nearby Conway, will be returning to the Wells Fargo Championship for the first time since 2011.

The 32-year-old underwent intensive treatment overnight and into Thursday morning but, after struggling to swing at more than 80 per cent on the practice range, Johnson took the agonising decision to pull out of the first major of the year. That continues to be his plan, Winkle said.

Johnson won the Genesis Open at Riviera Country Club on February 19 and the WGC-Mexico Championship on March 5 prior to his match play victory, giving him six wins since June, including the U.S. Open, three World Golf Championship events and a FedExCup playoffs event.

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Once someone has the green jacket placed on their shoulders late Sunday afternoon, Johnson's status going forward will become one of the biggest questions on the PGA Tour.

The 15th Wells Fargo is being held at Eagle Point this year because its usual home venue, Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, N.C., is hosting the PGA Championship in August. Johnson confirmed Thursday that he would make his return for the Wells Fargo Championship.

Players have until Friday, April 28, at 5 p.m. eastern time to commit to the Wells Fargo Championship and can withdraw from the tournament at any time.

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