DUSTIN JOHNSON ELIMINATED ONE SIDE
In 2015, Dustin went to a fade off the tee, and his entire game changed. He took the left miss out by aiming a little left and letting the ball slide right. I showed him the Nicklaus way of hitting a fade: Aim the clubface where you want the ball to finish, then align your body to the left of that. That let Dustin be as aggressive as he wanted with no fear of the hook. It’s not a big curve to the right. I call it a “slider fade,” like Lee Trevino hit – except 50 metres further. When Dustin’s driving it well, nobody can beat him.