Remember just a couple of days ago when everyone worried about Dustin Johnson because he just squeezed through on the cut line?
While DJ may not win his fourth-straight tournament, he sure made a go of it on the last day of the Wells Fargo Championship.
Johnson was chasing history entering the event, looking to tie Tiger Woods as the last person to win four in a row since Ben Hogan did it in 1953.
Dustin Johnson is looking to join some elite company. pic.twitter.com/mrV15a78b1— GOLFonCBS (@GOLFonCBS) May 7, 2017
He came out in a birdie frenzie on Sunday.
All eyes were on Johnson, as he kept creeping up the leaderboard. While he entered the clubhouse one behind the current leaders, he made on last birdie on his 72nd hole to keep hope alive.
Johnson finished 5-under on the day, making him the clubhouse leader 9-under on the tournament.