Last week, Dustin Johnson demonstrated with his victory in Memphis which he has cured from knee and back injuries.
This week, Dustin can exhibit whether he has recovered from emotional pits left by his previous Bay Area show at US Open, while the leader of 54-hole melted down along with a final turn 82 at the Pebble Beach in the year 2010.
American golfer Jim Furyk is not only one of the most respected and revered golfers on the PGA Tour, he is also one of those golfers who has enjoyed immense success on the course since he joined the PGA Tour as a fresh faced 20 year old so long ago in 1992.
And one of his favorite courses, according to the man himself is the Quail Hollow, the venue of the Wells Fargo Championship, where he not only won the title back in 2006, but also lost in the playoffs to Fijian golfer Vijay Singh just the year before that.
Former golf world number one Martin Kaymer might not have made a cut in the Masters in his last four starts, but he is still unwilling to change the way he approaches the game and will stick to it no matter what the outcome is.
Dustin Johnson has had to undergo a surgery on his right knee. This surgery could potentially keep the upcoming star from participating in the US PGA Tour, the first of 2012.
This surgery came as a big blow to the golfer who is making a lot of news in the golfing world for both the right and the wrong reasons.
Dustin Johnson, who came second at the British Open this year, had to undergo an arthroscopic surgery on his right knee to repair a cartilage tear. He will be on crutches for at least a week before he can begin his practice.
Tiger Woods has said that there is every chance that he will be fit for the U.S. Open. Woods has been using crutches and wearing a protective boot on his left leg to ensure he will be fit.
But the 35-year-old remains doubtful for the Memorial Tournament that starts on 30 May in Dublin, Ohio, according to the Golf Tuition Cheadle website.
Woods said: “I feel that, in the next week or so, I can start practicing pain free. That’s where I’m at.”
To Woods’s relief doctors have not mentioned the possibility of further leg surgery.