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Dustin Johnson was born in Columbia, South Carolina, on June 22, 1984. He attended the Coastal Caroline University and represented his college in amateur golf. His earliest achievements were the victories of the Monroe Invitational and the North-East Amateur in 2007. He also played on the Walker Cup and Palmer Cup teams in 2007 both of which went on to win the same year. He has won at least once in each of his first six seasons. Besides Tiger Woods he is the only person do have done so.
Dustin Johnson shifted bases to professional golf in the late 2007. He finished for the 14th place at the 2007 qualifying school and obtained his 2008 PGA tour card. He made the cut in one try. He won the first PGA Tour event of his career as a rookie in October 2008. It was the Turning Stone Resort Championship in upstate New York. His second win is a bit disputed, which he won after the number of holes was shortened to 54 after strong wind and heavy rainfall, at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. This pushed him to the 15th rank according to the Official World Golf Rankings by the end of 2009. In February 2010, he successfully defended his 2009 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-am title by defeating David Duval and J.B. Holmes.
Dustin Johnson’s fourth career PGA victory was the BMW Championship. By the end of 2010 season he ranked 4th in the PGA Tour money list. In 2011 he went on to win his 5th PGA title at Barclays Championship, where he defeated Matt Kuchar by 2 strokes. Johnson missed over 2 months of the season due to a back injury he had incurred at home. His return was marked by the Memorial Tournament in Ohio, where he finished tied for the 19th position.
On 2013 he opened with a victory at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions. Till date, he has 2 amateur and 9 professional wins to his credit.
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One of the most revered and respected golfers in the world, Phil Mickelson has been the flag bearer for American golf for many years now along with former world number one Tiger Woods, and is one of the most well known golfers in the world. Having won four major championships in golf till date as well as 41 other titles on the US PGA Tour, he is also among the most successful golfers in the world at this moment. Mickelson has reached a career high ranking of world number two on several occasions but never managed to scale the summit.
Known as ‘Lefty’ to his fellow golfers and golfing fans, his style is extremely unique and quite unorthodox, much of which has been attributed to having just one coach in his entire career in the form of his father Phil Sr. Although he is otherwise right handed, Phil Mickelson plays golf with his left and that is one of his most unique traits and according to many golf analysts, his left handed style has given him a slight advantage on certain shots and drives over the right handed golfers on many occasions.
Born in 1970, Mickelson turned professional after just graduating from college in 1992 and was soon given a membership of the US PGA Tour and since then, he has been an ever present figure on the PGA Tour since then. The best years of his career came between 2004 and 2006 when he won three major championships – the US Masters in 2004 and 2006 and the PGA Championship in 2005.
Phil Mickelson has won another US Masters title in 2010 and he will return to the Augusta National circuit once again as he attempts to secure his fourth title at the event when the event tees off in April.
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