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With DJ, there's no panic-button setting

Think Dustin Johnson might freak out after having won three straight tournaments, including the WGC-Match Play on Sunday, with the Masters just around the corner? Think again.

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Dustin Johnson is the first player ever to win all the WGCs (1:21)
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Johnson earns career WGC sweep in Austin

Dustin Johnson became the first player to claim a career sweep of the World Golf Championships with a dominant week that included more drama than he needed in the Dell Technologies Match Play.

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Tanihara, Fisher bring Masters field to 94

Hideto Tanihara and Ross Fisher have jumped into the top-50 of the final Official World Golf Ranking in which players can qualify for the Masters.

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Day: Positive outcome in mom's lung surgery

In a text message delivered by his agent, Jason Day said his mother is resting comfortably after lung cancer surgery and that doctors are optimistic about her recovery.

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Hatton suffers bizarre exit from WGC Match Play

Tyrrell Hatton consoled himself with the prospect of his Masters debut after his WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play campaign came to a highly unfortunate end.

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Johnson holds off Rahm to win Match Play Championship (1:44)
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Johnson proud to be first to sweep WGCs (0:39)
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WGC-Match Play leaderboard

Go match-by-match through the field of 64, all the way to Dustin Johnson's victory at the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play.

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More impressive -- DJ's WGC win or Rahm's rally? (1:07)
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Tanihara sinks the hole-in-one (0:19)
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Dustin Johnson advances, Mickelson out in Match Play (1:59)
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Jon Rahm dominated both matches Saturday (1:02)
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Caddies happy and hopeful under new commissioner (0:56)
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Who played the best Saturday at the WGC-Dell Match Play? (0:56)
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Haas pretending Phil chants are for Bill (0:59)
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Mickelson says he won't be witness in trial

Golfer Phil Mickelson says he won't be called as a witness in a federal insider trading criminal trial in the case against gambler William "Billy" Walters.

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So this new Match Play format works great, right? Uh... (1:45)
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Sergio Garcia drives it like a beginner (0:17)
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Beating someone you look up to can be both easy and hard (0:47)
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Wind plays major factor in Thursday's Match Play action (2:01)
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It wasn't easy for Sergio Garcia (1:10)
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Emotional Jason Day concedes match (1:42)
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Day announces his mother's battle against cancer (2:30)
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McIlroy's mammoth drive goes 410 yards (0:19)
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Bracket picks for the WGC-Match Play

The top golfers in the world will meet for the World Golf Championships-Match play, and our golf experts offer their picks to win it all to help you set your brackets.

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Johnson: Being No.1 doesn't matter (1:00)
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The Masters: The whispers before the thunder (0:30)
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Tiger seems closer to being done (1:39)

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Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Should you play the Shell Houston Open the week before the Masters? It's complicated. Michael Collins and Jason Sobel explain.

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Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Jason Sobel and Michael Collins figure out what was more impressive; DJ's win or Jon Rahm's fight?

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Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Dustin Johnson is the first player ever to win all the WGC events. What's that mean to him? What part of the week was the hardest for DJ? The Masters... "You said finish it! I finished it!" Love this smarta**!

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Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Jon Rahm on how his shot on 16 went directly through that tree: "It was either Seve or God. Maybe both of them." That's brilliant.