CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Dustin Johnson, who split with his caddie Bobby Brown last month, has Dan Quinn on his bag this week for the Wells Fargo Championship but still seems to be in flux over who may land the gig full time.
“I've got a caddie for next week, and then after that I don't know really. I've got a week off, so I've got a little bit of time to figure out for the (Byron Nelson Championship) and Memorial,” he said on Wednesday at Quail Hollow.
Quinn is a former NHL player who split time on Ernie Els’ bag in recent years.
As for Brown, Johnson said the split was amicable and sources close to the situation say it had nothing to do with the duo’s high-profile miscue on the 72nd hole of last year’s PGA Championship or a tee time snafu earlier this year at the Northern Trust Open.
“As far as me and Bobby, we're still really good buddies and still talk to him all the time, just it was time for both of us to make a change,” Johnson said.