Another breaking news in the advent of coronavirus pandemic; Golfer Dustin Johnson, the world No.1 player, tested positive for COVID-19, and won't be participating in the CJ Cup. The 36-year-old Dustin has competed last in September's US Open. He recently notified the officials about his difficulties and symptoms that are showing up. Tour officials further announced the news on Tuesday and have restricted Johnson from participating in the Las Vegas event due to self-isolation requirements. Johnson is the highest-profile golfer who has tested positive for the coronavirus since the season resumed in June. It’s a sudden disappointment for him as in last season, he has won his first FedEx Cup and the PGA Tour Player of the Year honour.