No, it wasn’t a historic Rory McIlroy at the 2011 Masters four-shot lead entering the final round collapse. But Johnson Wagner did blow a 54-hole lead at the Greenbrier Classic over the weekend. He led by two with eighteen holes to play, and was the only one with a legitimate shot at winning the title, with experience winning on the Tour.
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You know what f**king sucks? Wearing pants. Especially when you’re trying to golf.If Johnson Wagner wants to wag his Johnson while he’s playing, who am I to stand in his way? That’s what the fine men and I’m assuming additional men over at Ashworth golf apparel think, and they’ve issued a “Pants Petition” asking the PGA to allow golfers the right to wear shorts. An...
PGA golfers want to take their pants off.
Justin Rose, Johnson Wagner, Justin Leonard, Sean O’Hair and Retief Goosen are tired of the PGA’s rule that they can’t wear shorts. So they’ve paired with Ashworth Golf on the “pants petition.”
The five golfers participated in a video begging the PGA to start allowing them to wear shorts out on the course when the weather calls...
Johnson Wagner is having too much fun defending his title in the Mayakoba Golf Classic to worry about missing out on the World Golf Championships event this week in Arizona.
Wagner, ranked 72nd, failed to qualify for the 64-player Match Play Championship. He won the Sony Open in Hawaii in January and tied for second the following week in the Humana Challenge in California.
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February 22, 2012
Three weeks into the 2012 PGA TOUR season, none other than the newly mustachioed Johnson Wagner is leading the FedEx Cup standings.
Unless you’re a diehard golf fan who could not wait for the 2012 PGA TOUR season to begin, and/or have little to no interest in professional football, this little tidbit of information probably passed you by.
Granted, the first few...
Wagner, pre-facial hair.JOHNSON WAGNER, WINNER OF THE Sony Open in Hawaii, is a big dude. He stands 6’ 3” and goes 230 (according to his PGA Tour profile, although he might be lighter now). His given name is Montford and he is wearing a moustache that everyone seems to be talking about.“I was with my wife’s family in Richmond for Thanksgiving and I just didn’t shave the...
You don't see names like "Johnson Wagner" anywhere but in golf, and you don't see mustaches like Wagner's anywhere at all, except maybe on high school football coaches. But on Sunday at the Sony Open, the Stache was the star, taking down the tournament with a final-round 67 that turned a two-shot deficit into a two-shot win. He's now going to the Masters...
Johnson Wagner backed his Hyundai Tournament of Champions top-10 finish with a victory at the Sony Open in Hawaii — the third victory of Wagner’s career. With this victory, Wagner: • Earn 500 FedExCup points to move atop the standings • Extends his fully-exempt status through the 2014 season. • Posted his best scores (second- [...]
The sports world may have reached its apex this weekend.
The NFL Playoffs were underway, NCAA basketball’s conference seasons are in full swing, the Clippers beat the Lakers and live PGA golf was on the Golf Channel until 10PM both nights.
The PGA held its second consecutive tournament in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, the Sony Open in Hawaii, to start the season.
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Johnson Wagner worked so hard in the offseason that he told friends he was going to win early in the year, and he hardly wasted any time.
Wagner played bogey-free over the last 12 holes, a winning recipe on a tough day at Waialae, and closed with a 3-under 67 to pull away from a half-dozen contenders and win the Sony Open on Sunday.
As for that mustache getting so much attention...
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January 15, 2012