Dustin Johnson's HILARIOUS answer about his wedding menu with Paulina Gretzky

Dustin Johnson gives the exact answer we were all expecting about his menu ahead of his upcoming wedding with Paulina Gretzky.

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Wed, 13 Apr 2022
Dustin Johnson's HILARIOUS answer about his wedding menu with Paulina Gretzky

Dustin Johnson gave a typical Dustin Johnson response about his wedding menu ahead of his upcoming big day with Paulina Gretzky.

Johnson, speaking ahead of this week's RBC Heritage on the PGA Tour, was asked by one golf journalist whether or not there would be pigs in blankets on his wedding menu. 

For reference, DJ announced on his social media prior to hosting the Champions Dinner as Masters champion in 2021 that his menu would include pigs in blankets and lobster and corn fritters as the appetizers.

Johnson went full Johnson mode with his response. 

"Honestly, I don’t know, it’s a possibility," said Johnson with a smirk. 

"I haven't looked over the menu yet. I'll let mom pick that stuff."

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Johnson, 37, and Gretzky, 33, are expected to soon tie the knot at Blackberry Farm, a luxury hotel and resort outside of Knoxville, Tennessee.

They have been engaged by nearly a decade and they have two children together. 

Paulina is the daughter of Hall of Fame Ice Hockey legend Wayne Gretzky.

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Johnson has yet to win on the PGA Tour since landing The Masters in November 2020. 

He did win the Saudi International in early 2021. 

The big-hitting American finished a respectable tied 12th at Augusta National last week but he was never really in contention for the tournament won by Scottie Scheffler. 

As a result of being winless on the PGA Tour for some 18 months, Johnson has slipped from first to ninth in the Official World Golf Rankings as it stands. 

Johnson will be looking to get back in the winner's circle at Hilton Head this week, a tournament he has picked up two top-20 finishes in the past two seasons. 

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