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Dustin Johnson Only Finds More Heartbreak With The U.S. Open Loss

Dustin Johnson Only Finds More Heartbreak With The U.S. Open Loss

With the U.S. Open officially ending, there are bound to be people who are happy with their performance in the tournament. For instance, the winner of the U.S. Open is bound to be celebrating once the day ends as well as those players that have shown some improvement. For Dustin Johnson the end of the U.S. Open only brings with it lots of heartbreak as he failed to win the tournament for the second time in the afternoon. 

Dustin has had a very successful career so far and has been awarded the title for most decorated golfer of all time but all that could not help Dustin capture what he has been after for a very long time now and that is the U.S. Open trophy. 

With the last day of the U.S. Open, Dustin had the opportunity of erasing all the heartbreaks that he had been forced to endure at the U.S. Open by falling short at crucial moments but instead he ended up setting a bad championship record by having the biggest 72-hole gut punches. 

This is actually not the first time that Dustin has lost a major title in some very dramatic fashion. But, it goes without saying that this one is bound to stay on his mind for a long time to come. When he was approaching the 72-hole, Dustin had the championship trophy on his hand but due to some bad shots he ended up giving up the opportunity of winning his first major title.

While addressing the media after the heart breaking loss Dustin couldn’t hide his frustration.  

“I did everything right so as to make sure that I was in such a position,” he said. “But at the crucial time my shots didn’t go in as fast as I wanted them too.”    

 

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