PGA Tour Star Justin Thomas Said What Every Sports Fan Surely Is Thinking


Justin Thomas, a professional golfer on the PGA Tour who has won two major tournaments this year, recently revealed that he plans to be out of golf by age 30. In order to achieve his goal, he will need five more years of playing the sport at the level where it’s currently being played now. With just 3 months left in 2019 and many people wondering what Justin would rather do with those three months than play golf-the answer is quite clear: He wants to watch The Bachelor!

A new defector every day. Paul Casey of the United Kingdom said on Saturday that he would start playing for LIV Golf at the end of July. When Justin Thomas spoke on his thoughts regarding peers preferring the competing tour, he hadn’t yet received the news, but his attitude won’t alter. 

On a podcast, Thomas remarked, “I really hope one of them would have the b**** to say I’m doing this for the money.” I would have a lot more respect for you if you did that, for example.

An example of a typical LIV Golf recruit is Paul Casey.

On June 17, 2022, in Brookline, Massachusetts, Justin Thomas takes the ball from the 12th tee during the second round of the 122nd U.S. Open at The Country Club. | Images by Jared C. Tilton/Getty On June 17, 2022, in Brookline, Massachusetts, Justin Thomas takes the ball from the 12th tee during the second round of the 122nd U.S. Open at The Country Club. | Images by Jared C. Tilton/Getty

Paul Casey is a skilled golfer who finished in the top 10 at both the PGA Championship and the U.S. Open last year. He is still very much at the top of his game. On the other hand, he has a back issue and will be 45 on July 21.

He shouldn’t have great hopes for many more victories after four wins on the PGA or European circuits during the last seven or more seasons. Despite not having played since the end of March, he is still ranked 26th in the world.

In other words, he’s an ideal candidate for LIV Golf. He is aware that his signing bonus will likely be many times what he will earn between now and the 2025 Ryder Cup, which he would not have qualified for otherwise, plus he has some name recognition and a good ranking.

He will make his LIV Golf debut at Trump National Bedminster in New Jersey on July 29–31, subject to health. 

Justin Thomas said what every sports fan undoubtedly believes.

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One of the about a dozen LIV Golf recruits who would still merit a place on the PGA Tour’s “A list” is Paul Casey. Contrast that, however, not with the course’s earning potential. LIV Golf signing bonuses and guaranteed purse money almost probably add up to more than players could earn on the more prestigious circuits for everyone from Dustin Johnson and Brooks Koepka down to Lee Westwood and Patrick Reed.

You’re not being cynical if you believe that joining the fledgling league was more about filling their pockets than emphasizing their prize collection. There with you is Justin Thomas.

The multiple PGA Championship champion remarked on the No Laying Up podcast, “The more the players keep talking and stating that this is for the development of the game, the more frustrated and annoyed I become about it. “Because I can’t understand how significant the Tour is to someone like myself, who is just in his seventh or eighth year on the Tour, compared to someone like Rory McIlroy, who has had previous opportunity to achieve something similar.

“You look at Tiger, who has had many chances and circumstances to take action like this. However, this Tour has received their allegiances and all they have fought for.

Maybe the day will come when Thomas accepts the payment as well. He will, however, at least be open about his intentions.

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