Ever since turning pro in 2014, Justin Thomas has made impressive strides on the PGA TOUR. Since his debut, he’s had 7 PGA TOUR wins, including the PGA Championship. Justin has also been a part of three national teams, including the 2017 President’s Cup, as well as being named the 2017 PGA TOUR player of the year, PGA of America Player of the Year, and Golf Magazine’s Player of the Year. To round out an amazing year, he also was named the 2017 FedexCup Champion.
Justin attended the University of Alabama and joined the Web.com Tour in 2014 and earned his TOUR card to join the PGA TOUR in 2015. In his Rookie Year, Justin captured 7 Top 10 finishes, 15 Top 25 finishes, and was named runner-up for PGA TOUR Rookie of the Year. He quickly became the golfer to watch when he earned the title of the youngest player in PGA TOUR history to shoot a 59 and break the TOUR’s 72-hole scoring record by a stroke. To top it off, Justin made US Open history when he had the lowest score to par in the championship’s history, becoming the fifth person to break 63.