It P ***** Me Off ‘- Justin Thomas On World Ranking Decline

You could argue that, over the past 18 months, Justin Thomas has in fact been quite a consistent performer, with the American securing a Players Championship victory in 2021, as well as a number of top-10 and 20 finishes.

However, that win at TPC Sawgrass is his only victory since August 2020 and, due to the incredibly high standards that Thomas sets for himself, a player who picked up nine trophies during 2017 – 19 (10 if you count the FedEx Cup in 2017) , it has left the 28-year-old slightly hot under the collar.

Thomas holds the trophy

It has been a year since Thomas’ last PGA Tour victory.

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Since the beginning of the 2021 – 22 PGA Tour season, Thomas has consistently ranked in the world’s top-10, with his best placing during that period being 5th. Last year though, the American was the world no. 2 and, after his WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational win in 2020, he was actually number 1, the second time he has achieved the feat in his career.

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