Dustin Johnson watched the Tour Championship and FedEx Cup slip from his grasps in Atlanta last Sunday. Luckily for Johnson, the 32-year-old will have plenty of hardware heading his way in the upcoming weeks.
Johnson captured the PGA of America Player of the Year and Vardon Trophy honors on Wednesday. The Player of the Year award is based on a numerical system with points awards to wins, money list position and scoring average. Johnson finished with 90 points, besting Jason Day's 74. For the Vardon, given to the player with the lowest adjusted scoring average, Johnson paced golf with a 69.172 mark. Following behind were Adam Scott (69.470) and Jordan Spieth (69.520).