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Dustin Johnson decides again not to go to Japan for Olympics

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One year later didn't make Dustin Johnson change his mind. He's not going to the Olympics. Johnson didn't want to go to Tokyo a year ago, before the COVID-19 pandemic led to a one-year delay, because of a crammed summer schedule and his desire to stay fresh for the PGA Tour's postseason that culminates with the FedEx Cup.

He won the FedEx Cup and its $15 million prize for the first time. Johnson said he didn't put forward his name to be among the maximum of four Americans who can play in the Olympics.

The Masters champion is No. 1 in the world. Countries can have as many as four players provided they are among the top 15 in the world ranking on June 21, the day after the U.S.

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