Michael Cunningham: Dustin Johnson's long day at Masters good, but could have been more

Dustin Johnson finished his delayed first round at the Masters on Friday with four birdies over seven holes for a 7-under-par 65. He stopped for a moment to say he’s glad he would be starting his second round in a few minutes. After presumably grabbing one of the Augusta sandwiches he professes to love, Johnson went out and showed why he preferred to keep playing.After posting a par at No. 10, Johnson recorded three consecutive birdies through Amen’s Corner to get to 10 under for the week. That’s when it seemed Johnson was taking control of the tournament he’s long dreamed of winning, since he…

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