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Recent Results

tournament date total score
The Greenbrier Classic 05/07/2015 275
Travelers Championship 28/06/2015 139
the Memorial Tournament 07/06/2015 145
AT&T Byron Nelson Championship 31/05/2015 274
Wells Fargo Championship 17/05/2015 277
The Players Championship 10/05/2015 283
Zurich Classic of New Orleans 26/04/2015 272
RBC Heritage 19/04/2015 274
Shell Houston Open 05/04/2015 283
Valero Texas Open 29/03/2015 157

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Hideki Matsuyama has taken over the lead at in the FedEx Cup Standings, surpassing Justin Thomas.

Matsuyama has racked up 1,746 points in nine events this season. Thomas is right behind him with 1,737 points in 10 events.

Reigning No. 1 Dustin Johnson is third with 1,353 points in six events. Canadian Adam Hadwin and American Jordan Spieth round up the…

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No matter who wins the WGC-Mexico on Sunday, it will likely be on eheck of a finish.

Red-hot American Justin Thomas shot a 5-under on Saturday to take a one-stroke lead a t 12-under. But the man right behind him is the No. 1 player in the world, Dustin Johnson, who also shot a 5-under to reach 11-under.

And one stroke…

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Justin Thomas is so hot, he’s burning up the PGA record books.

Thomas won the Sony Open in Hawaii last week by shooting a 253, breaking the 14-year-old record for a 72-hole score set by Tommy Armour III (254 at the 2003 Texas Open). He also tied Steve Stricker’s 54-hole record of 188.

Thomas is the second player ever to win…

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It wasn’t another 59 like he posted on Thursday, but his second-day 64 was more than enough to extend Justin Thomas’ lead at the Sony Open in Hawaii on Friday. He shot a 65 on Saturday and leads the tournament by seven strokes going to Sunday’s final round, making him almost a sure thing to win his second straight…

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American Justin Thomas became the seventh man in PGA history to fire a 59, doing so in style with an eagle on  No. 9 to open a four-shot lead at the Sony Open in Hawaii on Thursday.

Thomas won at Maui last week, and was 9-under through 17 holes but landed in a bunker on his drive on 9.  He hit…

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Justin Thomas made it back-to-back titles at the CIMB Classic on Saturday, racking up eight birdies in the final round to win by three strokes.

In two trips to the CIMB Classic, Thomas has shot -26 and -23.

It’s great to win again here. It’s a place I’m comfortable with … Hopefully I will be able to come back next year,”…

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In the end it didn’t really matter if Adam Scott used a belly putter, a normal putter, or quite frankly a log when it came time to make the winning shot at the Honda Classic.

About 30 inches was all that was required for Scott to knock in the winning putt that gave him a 1-stroke win over Sergio Garcia…

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He didn’t win the OHL Classic on Sunday, but Russell Knox is the unlikely leader of the PGA’s FedEx Cup standings after the first month of the season.

Knox, with one win and two top 10 finishes, has 876 points through five events, moving him from third to first in the standings released on Monday.

He jumped ahead of Justin Thomas,…

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Not many 22 year olds win on the PGA Tour. Even fewer do it when the double-bogey a hole on the back nine on Sunday.

Justin Thomas did both, using a 6-foot par putt on No. 18 to edge former world No. 1 Adam Scott by one stroke and win the CIMB Classic on Sunday in Malaysia.

After the disastrous double-bogey…

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Justin Thomas and Brendan Steele, two of the hottest players on the PGA Tour so far in the early season, are at it again.

Thomas, who fell off the lead early in the round, made birdies on 17 and 18 to get back even with Steele. Thomas had eight birdies and three bogeys to finish at 5-under.

Steele was far more…

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