Height: 6'4" (1.93 m)
Weight: 190 (86 kg)
Age: 36 (June 22, 1984)
Birthplace: Columbia, South Carolina
Residence: Jupiter, Florida
Family: Paulina; Tatum, River Jones
Coastal Carolina University
Turned Professional: 2007
City plays from: Jupiter, FL, United States
PGA TOURWinner, U.S. Open (thru 2025-26)
PGA TOUR Victories (24):2008 (1) Turning Stone Resort Championship. 2009 (1) AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. 2010 (2) AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, BMW Championship. 2011 (1) The Barclays. 2012 (1) FedEx St. Jude Classic. 2013 (1) Hyundai Tournament of Champions. 2014 (1) World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions. 2015 (1) World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship. 2016 (3) U.S. Open, World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational, BMW Championship. 2017 (4) Genesis Open, World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship, World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play, THE NORTHERN TRUST. 2018 (3) Sentry Tournament of Champions, FedEx St. Jude Classic, RBC Canadian Open. 2019 (1) World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship. 2020 (3) Travelers Championship, THE NORTHERN TRUST, TOUR Championship. 2021 (1) Masters Tournament.
International Victories (2):
Other Victories (1):
Career Low Round:60 - 2020 THE NORTHERN TRUST (Round 2)
Career High FedExCup Rank:#1 : 2021 Sentry Tournament of Champions
Career High Official World Golf Rank:#1 : 2021 Valero Texas Open
Career Largest Paycheck:$2,070,000 : 2021 Masters Tournament (Finished 1)
2020-21 Season Highlights
PGA TOURU.S. Open - Finished T6 at the U.S. Open in September, his sixth top-10 at the event. Led the field in Driving Distance (333.8 yards). Vivint Houston Open - Finished T2 at the Vivint Houston Open, marking his sixth consecutive top-10 on TOUR and fifth time finishing first or second in that stretch. Collected his 16th career runner-up on TOUR. Co-led the field in Par-3 Scoring Average. Masters Tournament - Won the Masters Tournament in November by five strokes, collecting his second major championship title and 24th win on the PGA TOUR. At 20-under 268, became the first player with a 72-hole score lower than 270 in Masters history. Held at least a share of the lead after each round (T1/R1, T1/R2, 1st/R3). Represented his first win in a major championship when holding at least a share of the 54-hole lead (fifth attempt). Final-round 68 marked his 11th consecutive under-par score in the event, becoming the first player to reach that mark in tournament history. Became the first World No. 1 to win a major championship since Rory McIlroy at the 2014 PGA Championship and the first to win the Masters since Tiger Woods in 2002. Became the eighth player (ninth instance) to win the Masters after finishing runner-up the year prior.
National Team Selections
|PGA TOUR (Playoff Record: 1 - 2)|
|Season||Events||Rounds||1st||2nd||3rd||Top 10||Top 25||Cuts Made||Cuts Missed||WD||FedExCup Rank||Earnings|
|(A) - Amateur|
|THE PLAYERS Championship||Masters Tournament||PGA Championship||U.S. Open||The Open Championship||WGC-HSBC Champions||WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play||WGC-FedEx St. Jude Inv||WGC-Workday Championship at The Concession|
|THE NORTHERN TRUST||Dell Technologies Championship||BMW Championship||TOUR Championship|
- Grandfather Art Whisnant played basketball at South Carolina and was a three-time all-Atlantic Coast Conference selection in the early 1960s.
- Younger brother and caddie Austin played guard for the Charleston Southern University basketball team.
- Launched the Dustin Johnson Foundation in 2010 for the purpose of supporting various youth initiatives with the primary focus of promoting and supporting youth and college golf programs.
- Formed the Dustin Johnson Golf School, located at TPC of Myrtle Beach, with former Coastal Carolina University coach Allen Terrell, who recruited Johnson in college and remains his coach.