Johnson keeping it low key


MARANA, Ariz. – What do you do when you’re 25 years old, a three-time Tour winner and have enough walking-around money to buy a mansion?

If you’re Dustin Johnson, who just collected Tour tilte No. 3 on Sunday at Pebble Beach, you enjoy quiet dinners on Sunday and Monday nights and get back to work on Tuesday at the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship.

Johnson took a day to work on his putting in SoCal before heading to Dove Mountain and had the look of a man on a mission on Tuesday as he prepared for his opening-round match with Camilo Villegas.

“One for the good guys,” DJ’s caddie Bobby Brown offered with a wide smile, who dined with his man Sunday alone in California.

Other than that the celebration was limited. Not bad for a single 25 year old.