Golf WAG Paulina Gretzky touches down in Australia as husband Dustin Johnson prepares for LIV Golf Adelaide 2024

  • Paulina Gretzky joined Dustin Johnson in Adelaide 
  • The golf WAG opted for a casual outfit in Australia 
  • LIV Golf tour resumes in Adelaide this weekend 

Golf WAG Paulina Gretzky joined her husband Dustin Johnson in Australia as LIV stars touched down in Adelaide for the latest leg of the tour.

Gretzky, 35, daughter of ice hockey champion Wayne, has been married to putting extraordinaire Johnson, 39, since 2022, and has been his biggest supporter during his career, following him avidly on tour. 

She turned heads with a stunning red dress at The Masters earlier this month, from women’s golf apparel line Goldie Bird. Her look was curated by celebrity stylist Zoe Gofman. 

Gretzky opted for a more casual outfit as she joined Dustin and fellow golfers Brooks Koepka and Graeme McDowell in Adelaide, showing off her midriff with a short sweater and comfortable black bottoms.

She was also spotted carrying four coffees while Johnson took care of a couple of pastries as Koepka pushed the luggage.

Paulina Gretzky touched down in Australia with her husband Dustin Johnson

Gretzky, 35, opted for a casual outfit after the couple's long haul flight Down Under

Gretzky, 35, opted for a casual outfit after the couple’s long haul flight Down Under

They were joined by Graeme McDowell and Brooks Koepka in Adelaide

They were joined by Graeme McDowell and Brooks Koepka in Adelaide

The pair tied the knot in a lavish wedding ceremony at Blackberry Farm in Tennessee in 2022 and will celebrate their second anniversary this month.

Weeks after the wedding, Johnson defected from the PGA Tour to compete in the Saudi-backed LIV Golf circuit.

Johnson serves as the captain of the 4Aces GC team with Pat Perez, Patrick Reed, and Harold Varner III. Aside from winning more than $35m in his first year with LIV, Johnson was named the individual winner of the LIV Golf Las Vegas tournament in February.

Last year’s Adelaide tournament proved a smash hit, with fans flocking to enjoy the ‘Watering Hole’ – Australia’s very own version of the famous Party Hole from the Phoenix Open.