AUGUSTA, Ga. — Justin Thomas and Dustin Johnson do not have a lot in common. They have different games, live different lives and exist with much different personas. However, they do share one commonality: From here on out, for the rest of each of their careers, both will almost exclusively be defined by how many major championships they win.

Johnson (-9) and Thomas (-9) will either be in the lead or near the top of the leaderboard entering the third round of the 2020 Masters. Both are off to the best starts of their careers at Augusta National as they wrapped up their first rounds and completed their second sets of 18 holes on Friday.

Entering this year’s event, Johnson’s best start was a 7-under performance in 2015 when he finished T6. Thomas’ was 3 under in 2018 when he finished T17. Neither has ever been in…

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