After winning the FedEx Cup Playoffs in September — and playing some dominating golf along the way — Dustin Johnson told Golfweek in an exclusive interview that he still had plenty to work toward.

“I need to keep practicing and continue to get better. There are things I want to do with my career,” Johnson said. “I’d love a green jacket and a few more majors, doesn’t matter which ones they are.

“A green jacket would definitely be at the top of the list.”

Johnson can check that off his list after he finished off an impressive week in Augusta, winning the 2020 Masters going away. He went wire-to-wire, leading or sharing the lead after each round.

After shooting 65-70-65 in the first three rounds, Johnson cruised on Sunday with a 68, finishing the tournament at a record-breaking 20 under par.

Cam Smith — who became the player in Masters history to shoot all four rounds in the 60s — and Sungjae Im tried to apply pressure on Johnson, but to no avail.

This marked the second career major for Johnson, who also won the 2016 U.S. Open.



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