College fundraiser at Chambers Bay pokes fun at Johnson

Dustin Johnson is one of the best golfers in the world. He has however had some heartbreaking moments and one of those was his now infamous three-putt at the U.S. Open at Chambers Bay back in June.

In case you were hiding in a cave somewhere, DJ had a chance to win the U.S. Open with 12 foot putt but missed. He had a chance to stay tied with Jordan Spieth with a four footer for par but missed that.

Jordan would go on to win his second straight major.

So University of Washington Tacoma had a golf tournament that was held at Chambers Bay and on the 18th hole, there was a “Dustin Johnson Challenge” which has participants testing their putting skills on the Robert Trent Jones Jr layout’s 18th green.

You win the challenge if you don’t three-putt.

Here’s the sign:



The event was all for a good cause for the Robert Trent Jones Jr. Scholarship Fund. And my goodness did RTJ Jr. design a beast.

I don’t think any of us will forget Chambers Bay anytime soon. Especially DJ. But he’s still dangerous nonethless.

Follow me on Twitter @ChiGolfRadio! Will be at the BMW Championship Saturday at Conway Farms Golf Club and will write about my experience on the Tuesday practice round and the Saturday round!


Source: GolfDigest.comĀ 

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