Johnson posts his 10th consecutive under-par round at Augusta National, tying Woods’ mark while matching a 54-hole scoring record at 16-under 200
10: Number of consecutive rounds at the Masters that Dustin Johnson has shot under par, tying a record established in 2000-02 by Tiger Woods. Johnson, who has posted 65-70-65 for a 200 total this week in the 84th Masters Tournament, matched the 54-hole scoring record set in 2015 by eventual winner Jordan Spieth. Johnson, a 23-time PGA Tour winner who is ranked No. 1 in the world, holds a four-stroke lead entering Sunday’s final round at Augusta National Golf Club. He is seeking his first green jacket after four consecutive top-10 finishes, including a runner-up to Woods last year (scores).
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