RELATED: Johnson's odds to win the Masters shift drastically"At roughly pm today, Dustin took a serious fall on a staircase in his Augusta rental home," the statement read.
He is often seen in bars near his home in Jupiter, Fla., and is also known to have had a sexual indiscretion with at least one wife of a PGA Tour player.
Johnson is the first player since Tiger Woods to win at least once in each of his first seven seasons coming out of college.
Toward the end of his rookie season in October 2008, Johnson won his first PGA Tour event, the Turning Stone Resort Championship in upstate New York.
Johnson's team is going to assess the situation overnight, and plans to visit the PGA Tour medical trailer -- and possibly get an MRI and X-ray -- in the morning."He’s a warrior, and if he can play at all, he’s going to play," said Winkle.
"Right now it’s such a freak thing, we just hope he’s okay.”The one saving grace is Johnson's set to play in Thursday's final group at PM, which will give him a little extra time to recover.“It could be a blessing he has the late tee time,” said Johnson's coach Claude Harmon III. Open champion, has won three straight starts dating back to the Genesis Open at Riviera Country Club and had his best Masters finish last year when he was T-4.