Dustin Johnson won the Hyundai Tournament of Champions, the Hawaii-based annual first tournament of the year. He didn't win it until Tuesday as it was delayed a couple of days by very high winds. Johnson is tall and lanky and is an excellent athlete. He has prodigious length off the tee to go with soft hands. Amazingly, even PGA Tour promos play up his athleticsm, as previously The Surly One was the only golfer allowed to be called an athlete by the corporate CM media (to the absurd point that he was routinely called "the greatest athlete in the world"). At 28, Johnson has now won at least one tournament in each of his first six years on the Tour, something only Woods had done previously, and seven altogether. He's the most accomplished American golfer under the age of 30 as the last four years he's finished 17th, 5th, 4th and 15th on the Tour money list. He has come very, very close to winning a couple of majors, so this could be the year he breaks out and becomes a certified superstar and possible rival to Rory McIlroy.