Jan. 27, 2012
Former Chanticleer Dustin Johnson is making his second start on the PGA Tour this week, playing in the Farmers Insurance Open at historic Torrey Pines in San Diego.
Johnson, who will be wearing Coastal Carolina apparel Saturday, is in a tie for 20th after two rounds. He is at six-under par, shooting a six-under 66 Thursday and an even par 72 Friday, and eight shots off the lead.
This week's Farmers Insurance Open is rewarding school spirit during the third round of the tournament on Saturday, January 28. For the second year, all fans and TOUR players are encouraged to wear their own university colors in support of Farmers "University of Farmers" advertising campaign. For "extra credit" Farmers will make donations to college golf programs from players posting the best third-round 18-hole scores. The player with the low third-round score will receive $20,000 for his alma mater's golf team while second will receive $10,000. Any player wearing his school colors on Saturday will have $500 donated in his name to his college's golf program.