Dustin Johnson is a major winner and 22-time winner worldwide. The 34-year-old American turned professional in 2007 and captured his first title in 2008 at the Turning Stone Resort Championship. He won The U.S. Open in 2016 and has achieved a second place finish in the other three majors. He also won PGA Tour Player of the Year, narrowly missing out on the FedEx Cup to Rory McIlroy, after Rory held a lengthy put to win the Tour Championship in a playoff.
This year, Dustin is enjoying one of his most consistent seasons on Tour, winning the World Golf Championship in Mexico and achieving eight top ten finishes, including a second place finish in both The Masters and The U.S. Open. Dustin is the only player to have won all four World Golf Championships and is ranked second in the all-time winners list, behind only Tiger Woods.
Dustin will be making his seventh appearance at the WGC-HSBC Champions with his best finish coming in 2013 where he won the tournament, shooting a tournament record score (-24), three shots clear of second placed Ian Poulter.