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August 3, 2014 12:08 AM

PGA’s discipline called out after Dustin Johnson’s woes

Three days after Dustin Johnson (Dutch Fork/Coastal Carolina) withdrew from the World Golf Championships event at Firestone Country Club, he took an indefinite leave from the tour, citing his need to seek “professional help for personal challenges I have faced.” He also described what he was embarking upon as a “mission of self-improvement.”

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