Dustin Johnson holes out to save birdie at The Players

By Dan McDonald
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Dustin Johnson holes out to save birdie at The Players

When you're the No. 1-ranked player in the world, sometimes things just work out for you.

Dustin Johnson opened his second round at The Players Championship with a bogey on the 10th hole and then put his drive on the par-5 11th into the pine straw. It looked like he might start off bogey-bogey when he put his second shot into the water.

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But, once again, this is the top golfer in the world we're talking about. So, of course, DJ holed out his 109-yard shot following the drop to make birdie and pull back to even on the day. Take a look at the incredible shot below.

Johnson remains at even par on the round and 1-under for the tournament through 17 -- his eighth hole of the day.

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