Among Justin Thomas’ foremost Christmas memories is how his parents always held back a surprise gift that they kept hidden until he had opened all of his other presents.
What you missed this weekend.
Justin Thomas, exhausted and elated—and still excelling—had just defeated Australia’s Marc Leishman in a sudden-death playoff to win the inaugural CJ Cup @ Nine Bridges...
Justin Thomas isn’t inclined to reveal his goals for the upcoming PGA Tour season, but the mere fact that he intends to hit up Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods and his good pal Jordan Spieth for advice on setting them is an indication that he’s thinking of bigger things.
Steve Williams, one of the highest profile caddies in the world, is set for a new challenge. One that will take him away from men’s golf.
Although Justin Thomas displayed his usual prowess off the tee (307.8-yard average) and accuracy with his irons (70.83 percent greens in regulation), it was his work on the greens that proved useful at TPC Boston.
PGA Championship 2017: Justin Thomas earns milestone win through mix of confidence, resilience and a little bit of luck
Justin Thomas was in the midst of what at best could be described as a temper tantrum during the final round of the Wyndham Championship two years ago, throwing clubs,
The PGA of America is fond of saying, “Behind every good player is a club pro.” The same can be said for men and fathers. In the case of Justin Thomas, they are one and the same.
Any mention of consolation prizes Sunday in the 99th PGA Championship left Patrick Reed with dyspepsia rather than helping assuage his searing disappointment.
When the FedEx Cup Playoffs were introduced in the summer of 2007, one selling point was the clarity it would provide in determining a Player of the Year.
Justin Thomas, a kid from Kentucky, the littlest big man out there, won the 99th PGA Championship Sunday by staring down doom. It’s always there, doom.