Dustin Johnson replaces caddie with brother

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Austin Johnson caddied for big brother Dustin Johnson at the HSBC Champions in November and Dustin enjoyed it so much he decided to go with him full-time.

According to the New York Times, the younger Johnson played basketball at Charleston Southern but was transferring to College of Charleston to finish school. 

No longer, though.

Dustin said he didn't even look at his brother's resume and "probably wouldn't have believed it, anyway."

He did say he was excited to have Austin with him out on tour.

"Having my brother on the bag has been cool. I love it," Johnson said. "He's my brother. I like having him out here. And we do good."

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