Golf – Improving Johnson eyes Quail Hollow glory

Dustin Johnson is keen to end a disappointing four months in style by winning the USPGA Championship at Quail Hollow. Johnson was not involved in the Masters in April as he had injured himself just before the start of the tournament when he fell down some stairs. He missed the cut at the US Open and could only finish in a tie for 54th at last month's Open Championship at Royal Birkdale. Johnson was in better form at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational though, saying: "Last week I had a nice weekend. I felt like I got some things worked out in the swing that were just holding me back a little bit. "I feel good. My body feels great. I'm looking for a really good week." Johnson is 12/1 with bet365 to win the PGA Championship outright and 6/5 to win his first-round three-ball against Jason Day and Henrik Stenson.

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