Sun, sea and celebration! Dustin Johnson flies his loved ones to the Caribbean after the record-breaking Masters win, where the world’s number 1 scored the lowest 72-hole score ever in Augusta
- Dustin Johnson made history when he won the Masters on Sunday in Augusta
- He scored the lowest ever score of 20 under par on the famous course
- The American has invited his loved ones for a short vacation to Saint Barthelemy
How do you celebrate your first championship title amid a global pandemic? If you’re Dustin Johnson, fly to the Caribbean to party.
The American made history with the lowest score ever recorded in Augusta – 20 under par – when he won his first green jacket on Sunday.
Johnson immediately celebrated the feat with loved ones and continued the festivities by traveling to the West Indies.
Dustin Johnson sent loved ones to Saint Barthelemy after winning the Masters
The fiancee Paulina Gretzky accompanies Johnson on the luxurious trip to the Caribbean
His brother Austin, who is also his caddy, also traveled with them to Saint Barthelemy
The tour group includes Johnson’s fiancée Paulina Gretzky – daughter of ice hockey legend Wayne – and his brother Austin, who is also his caddy.
His sibling’s wife, Samantha, is also present on the solemn trip. All live in a luxury apartment in Saint Barthelemy.
Gretzky has shared a few moments of the trip on Instagram so far, including enjoying a great round of shots and playing a game of jenga.
Johnson, who was born just an hour from Augusta, South Carolina, shot a final round of 68 for a 20-under-total, lowering Tiger Woods’ previous 72-hole records by two strokes in 1997 and Jordan Spieth in 2015. It was the record in any major, set by Jason Day at the 2015 USPGA and set by Henrik Stenson winning the Open at Royal Troon the following year.
Despite his historic achievements, world number 1 Johnson has shown that he is already thinking of retiring in the medium term.
Gretzky shared many pictures of the vacation in the Caribbean on her Instagram page
This includes drinking various shots and playing a game of jenga at Saint Barthelemy
“I have a feeling I won’t call anything back,” Johnson said. “I feel really good about everything I do. I am very confident in the game of golf.
“You know, my goal is to play roughly, I don’t know, it’s getting shorter and shorter, but eight, nine, maybe ten years, and then hanging out with my children and Paulina (Gretzky, his fiancé).
“So until then, I’ll be working my butt off to be the best I can.”
When asked if he dreams of winning numerous other majors after winning the US Open in 2016, Johnson added, “I do. I do. I want to get to number three first, but I do.
“I dream of winning a lot of majors. Just not quite happened yet. Hopefully this will help me give me a little spring. ‘