After a pair of frustrating strokeplay setbacks in Scotland, Rayhan Thomas has worked to get his “head on straight” ahead of the 71st U.S. Junior Amateur starting at historic Baltusrol Golf Club in New Jersey on Monday.
In the midst of building an impressive resume, Spieth decided it was worth reaching out to the tournament officials at the HP Bryon Nelson Championship to inquire about something that at the time seemed a little audacious: Getting a spot in the field at a PGA Tour event.
Rayhan Thomas may have won a professional title as an amateur and be the joint holder of a world record for the most consecutive birdies (nine) in a pro event, but his latest honour might just top it all.
A professional golfer is not likely to be enthused with having his career defined by a loss, notably one that occurred when he was 17. Yet for 24 years that was Ryan Armour’s burden and its name was Tiger.
By Kent Gray Rayhan Thomas hardly needed a booster shot of confidence after his uncharacteristically forgettable performance at the 115th Western Amateur but has received one anyway. The 17-year-old Dubai-based Indian ...