It seems hard to believe that as talented and successful he has been that Justin Thomas only had one major championship victory entering 2022, that being the 2017 PGA Championship. That changed this past May when he once again captured the Wannamaker Trophy at Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa, Oklahoma, outlasting Will Zalatoris in a three-hole playoff.

Thomas now has 15 wins on the PGA Tour since 2015. Originally best known for being Jordan Spieth’s friend, Thomas has since forged an identity all his own. At 29 years old, the University of Alabama product has been a mainstay at the top of the professional game for a number of years. As a kid, Thomas always wore long pants because that’s what the pros did, and he always wanted to play professional golf. His father Mike is still his coach, and the pair have obviously worked well together. Now with two majors, Thomas has his sights set on number three, and he undoubtedly will attain that goal, likely sooner rather than later.

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