Dustin Johnson is 33, which is usually considered young for golf. Yet, Johnson was the fifth-oldest member of the 12-man U.S. roster that won the Presidents Cup this past weekend at Liberty National Golf Course in Jersey City. The world No. 1 says he took on a leadership role for the event, but he was also able to feel young, hanging with a bunch of 20-something-year-olds.

Johnson's 4.5 points were more than any other player on the U.S. or International Team.

Johnson spoke to ThePostGame on Monday in New York City on behalf of Adidas Golf.

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