Dustin Johnson says Ryder Cup 'tough pill'
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland (AP) — Dustin Johnson can't escape Europe's celebration in winning the Ryder Cup.
Johnson left Medinah for the Dunhill Links Championship that starts Thursday, where the field includes Peter Hanson, Paul Lawrie and Martin Kaymer, whose 6-foot par putt clinched the Ryder Cup for Europe.
Johnson went 3-0 for the Americans, which was a small consolation. He says "it was a tough pill to swallow."
Johnson, Zach Johnson and Jason Dufner were the only Americans to win their singles matches Sunday as Europe rallied from a 10-6 deficit to win the cup.
Johnson says he doesn't know what U.S. captain Davis Love III could have done better.