Dustin Johnson and Paulina Gretzky put off wedding since 2013 due to schedules – but could that change after Masters?

COULD wedding bells be ringing after Dustin Johnson's Masters victory?

The triumph marked the American's stunning rise to the top of the world rankings, bagging his second Major title.

The record 20 under-par score around Augusta saw Johnson greeted by fiancee Paulina Gretzky after he sealed his crown.

Having first met in 2009, the pair began dating a few years later and got engaged in 2013.

Despite having two kids, sons Tatum and River, they are still yet to get hitched.

Busy schedules have often been put down as the reason for their delay, with it also reported that the couple already feel married after so long together.

Johnson said in 2014: "We wanted so badly to do it this fall, but with his schedule and all it's been hard to set a date.

"It'll be our special day, and we just want it to be right and to fit."

Wedding questions occasionally pop up for the golfer and he has previously joked that money is not a factor in the delay.

Johnson has scooped an estimated £50million-plus in prize money throughout his career, while Paulina is the daughter of Canadian hockey legend Wayne Gretzky.

When asked about paying for their big day in 2016, the golfer replied: “Don’t matter to me. That bill is going to Wayne.”

Following the Masters, the PGA Tour schedule continues at a pace over the winter with Johnson to appear at the Mayakoba Golf Classic in Mexico next month.

The early weeks of next year include the Sony Open in Hawaii, January's Farmers Insurance Open with the Arnold Palmer Invitational and Player Championship in March.

Following his domination of the 2020 Masters, Johnson welled up when receiving his Green Jacket.

The 36-year-old took long pauses and wiped away tears as he said: "It's a dream come true.

"As a kid I always dreamed about being a Masters champion.

"But, you know, it's just incredible. As you can tell.

"I've never had this much trouble gathering myself! On the golf course I'm pretty good at it. Out here I'm not."

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