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  • Turned Pro
    2013
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Justin Thomas

Justin Thomas

Pulled off a stunning second PGA Championship victory in May, coming from seven strokes back after 54 holes to beat Will Zalatoris in a three-hole play-off, Chilean Mito Pereira having lost his one-shot lead with a closing double bogey.

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  • 2013

    Open debut

  • T11 - Royal Portrush 2019

    best open finish

  • Collects golf balls from all of his wins for his dad

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Pulled off a stunning second PGA Championship victory in May, coming from seven strokes back after 54 holes to beat Will Zalatoris in a three-hole play-off, Chilean Mito Pereira having lost his one-shot lead with a closing double bogey.

It was the third biggest last-day comeback in Major history and the biggest since Paul Lawrie turned a 10-shot deficit into glory at the 1999 Open.

Thomas reached world No 1 in 2018 after seven victories in two years, including his first Major at the 2017 PGA. A runner-up finish at the Tour Championship a month later made him the $10million FedEx Cup winner and the year also saw him achieve a 59 with an eagle on the final hole at the Sony Open.

A 63 at the U.S. Open, completed with another eagle, equalled the then Major record and was the first nine under par round in the event’s history.

Thomas first made a PGA Tour halfway cut at 16, captured the Jack Nicklaus Award as America’s top college player and made his Ryder Cup debut in 2018, top-scoring for Jim Furyk’s side with four wins out of five. He was also their top-scorer in the Presidents Cup win the following year.

Venue
Finish
R1
R2
R3
R4
Total
Par
St Andrews 2022
T53
72
70
72
70
284
-4
Royal St George's 2021
T40
72
67
71
69
279
-1
Royal Portrush 2019
T11
71
70
68
72
281
-3
Carnoustie 2018
M/C
69
77
-
-
-
M/C
Royal Birkdale 2017
M/C
67
80
-
-
-
M/C
Royal Troon 2016
T53
67
77
74
73
291
7

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