NBC/Golf Channel analyst Johnny Miller believes he saw something in Dustin Johnson's putting during the final round of the Hyundai Tournament of Champions that contributed to his five-birdie, five-bogey 73 and tie for sixth finish after he entered the final round tied for the lead.
"He has the heel of the putter beating the toe coming through it. You want to putt bad – that’s one of the easiest ways to do it," Miller said.
Of course Johnson must have putted alright through the first three rounds to be 14 under and tied for the lead. Hopefully he'll be able to find that putting touch in his next start and work the bad habits out in practice.