Dustin Johnson admits to injuring his back during sex

First place team champion, Captain Dustin Johnson of 4Aces GC speaks at a press conference after the final round of LIV Golf Adelaide at the Grange Golf Club on Sunday, Apr. 23, 2023 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by Jason O'Brien/LIV Golf)

Dustin Johnson had members of the media laughing out loud at his PGA Championship press conference.

Dustin Johnson was the 2020 Masters Champion and former long time world No.1 player before making his exodus to the LIV Golf League in 2022.

Johnson hasn’t lost a step since moving to LIV winning last week’s event in Tulsa in a playoff over Cameron Smith and Branden Grace. He also won the LIV event in Boston in September 2022.

Aside from his performance on the golf course, DJ is notorious for his womanizing where it has been reported he had numerous indiscretions with the wives and girlfriends of several PGA Tour players dating back 10 years.

This morning, Johnson spoke to the media during his press conference in Rochester, NY at Oak Hill Country Club the site of the 2023 PGA Championship and admitted that a back injury he’d been struggling with was caused while he was having sex.

Johnson was asked if the back injury happened while swinging a club or lifting up one of his children. He responded with, “lifting up a kid, just a bigger kid.”

His response drew laughs from the media in attendance.

Johnson is married to model Paulina Gretzky who has over 1.1 million followers on her Instagram.

For DJ’s sake, we hope the injury was sustained while having intercourse with his wife because it was widely reported that Johnson had an affair back in 2018 with Yassie Safai a women who attends the same country club in California.

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Chris McKee is a member of the United States Basketball Writers Association and has done play-by-play for Fox Sports, Sky Sports, One Soccer, CBC Sports and TSN radio calling professional, college and high school basketball, volleyball and soccer. You can see him in the CBC TV series "Anyone's Game" as the voice of Orangeville Prep. He also works as a traffic reporter in Toronto for TSN 1050, 97.7 HTZ FM, Jazz FM 91, 610 CKTB, Funny 820, Bounce 102.9, Move 105.7, Newstalk 1010 and more. Host of 'This Week in Golf' on Newstalk Sauga 960 & studio host for LIV Golf. Prior to working in sports, McKee was an award winning music agent and concert promoter for 20 years having produced concerts for the likes of Rihanna, The Black Eyed Peas, Wu-Tang Clan, 50 Cent, Justin Timberlake, Norah Jones and many more. Author of the book "Life on the road with the Wu-Tang Clan."