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    Society is changing: More adults are identifying as LGBTQ than ever before Philippine critics in firing line of anti-communist misinformation war Clemson defensive end Justin Foster announced Wednesday that he will no longer be playing football. Foster, a senior who earned honorable mention All-ACC honors in 2019, said in a statement posted on Twitter that a combination of asthma, allergies and COVID-19 created “severe difficulty” for him to engage in physical activities. Foster did not play at all during the 2020 season after contracting COVID-19 and dealing with lingering symptoms of the virus. “While my situation has improved, I am not in a position to step back on the field. After consulting multiple medical professionals, my focus is more so on recovering for the long term,” Foster wrote. “This decision came after months of recovery and treatment, which required asking a lot of difficult decisions regarding my future.” Foster...
    The entire golf world – and the world as a whole – was shaken after Tiger Woods was involved in a serious car crash, which left him with fractures in his right fibula and tibia. Justin Thomas, one of Woods’ good friends, learned of the news shortly before he was scheduled for a virtual press conference surrounding the WGC-Workday Championship, which he will compete in later this week. It wasn’t until about six minutes into the press conference that he received a question about Woods. “I’m sick to my stomach,” Thomas said. “It hurts to see one of your closest friends get in an accident, and man, I just hope he’s all right. Just worried for his kids. I’m sure they’re struggling.” The next reporter then tried to make a quick pivot away from Woods, “on a lighter note” asking about the greens at the golf course. Thomas was...
    How Texass deregulated market for power led to exorbitant electric bills Ghislaine Maxwell offers to renounce foreign citizenship in exchange for bail When there’s major breaking sports news, how to react is always a challenge for leagues, news organizations and more. The news of Tiger Woods’ injuries in a single-car crash Tuesday led to a lot of discussion about sports networks being slower to get to live coverage than news networks, but it also led to a lot of discussion about the PGA Tour deciding to press ahead with a Justin Thomas virtual press conference (initially supposed to be about the WGC-Workday Championship at Concession Golf Course in Bradenton, Florida this week) 15 minutes after Thomas heard the news about Woods. © Provided by Awful Announcing Justin Thomas on Tiger Woods. There are arguments on both sides there. The big takeaway from that press conference was what Thomas had...
    TIGER WOODS' close friend and fellow pro golfer Justin Thomas has been left 'sick to his stomach' after hearing about the American's car crash. Woods and Thomas have become close pals while touring the golfing circuit. Follow our Tiger Woods blog for all the latest news and stories… 1American duo Woods and Thomas have developed a close friendship over recent yearsCredit: Getty Images - Getty Justin Thomas reacts to the news of Tiger Woods car accident."I just hope hes alright."???????????????????????? pic.twitter.com/WlpVQKdO7q— ???????? PG™???????? ???? ????#TomBrady ????x7 ???????????????????????????? (@PatsGirlBoston) February 23, 2021 But an emotional Thomas was left in pieces when reacting to Woods' traumatic crash, which has left him requiring surgery. Speaking to the media, Thomas said: "Yeah, I mean I'm sick to my stomach. "You know, it hurts to see one of your closest friends get in an accident. "I just hope he's alright. Just worried for his kids,...
    Chicago, S.F. teachers may return; Super Bowl parties could ignite surge; Fauci doesnt want second doses delayed: COVID-19 live updates Puppy Bowl 2021: Time, channel, lineup and everything you need to know Justin Thomas chases at Phoenix Open after death of grandfather, Paul Thomas Justin Thomas is among a strong cast of pursuers at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, but will make his Sunday chase with a heavy heart after the death of his grandfather on Saturday. © Provided by Golfweek Waste Management Phoenix Open The PGA Tour confirmed Paul Thomas’s death on Twitter on Sunday afternoon. It’s been well documented that golf runs in the Thomas family. Justin’s father Mike is a PGA professional and Mike’s father Paul worked in the same industry. Paul, who was born in Ashland, Kentucky, but moved to Cincinnati as a child, was a lifelong club professional and spent a long chunk of...
    Millions of Americans could lose their homes despite President Bidens eviction moratorium order Biden forms task force to reunify migrant families separated under Trump Justin Thomas has tremendous opportunity to learn and grow after homophobic slur SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Last night, Justin Thomas spoke with the leadership of his equipment sponsor, Titleist, who is sticking by him despite his use of a homophobic slur during the third round of the Sentry Tournament of Champions in January. The end result? The company invited him to participate in its diversity and inclusion training. © Provided by Golfweek Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship “It’s stuff like that to where just like they’re wanting themselves to get better, they are offering me if I want to be a part of that, too,” Thomas said. “It’s stuff like that that kind of has really kept me upbeat and kept me in a great mood and...
    The 20 best found-footage horror films Home-buying myths youll hear over and over Citi staying with Justin Thomas after anti-gay slur incident, requiring he donate to LGBTQ causes One of Justin Thomas’ biggest sponsors is sticking with him after his anti-gay slur incident earlier this month, but with a condition.  Citibank said Monday that it would continue its sponsorship deal with Thomas, but that it was going to require he donate a “meaningful portion” of that deal to LGBTQ causes.  “We considered terminating our relationship with him,” chief marketing officer Carla Hassan said in a blog post Monday. “It would send a clear and important message, but we decided to use this moment to work with Justin to try to create change.” It’s not clear how much that “meaningful portion” actually is, or where it specifically will go.  Justin Thomas caught using anti-gay slur in HawaiiThomas, the third-ranked golfer...
    GOLFER Justin Thomas will go through a training program after he was caught muttering a homophobic slur when he missing a crucial putt. Thomas, who ranked No. 1 in the world last year, is the defending champion at the three-day Hawaii Sentry Tournament of Champions event where the incident took place between January 7 - 10. 2Thomas was heard using a highly-offensive homophobic slur during the Tournament of Champions in Kapalu, Hawaii, earlier this monthCredit: Getty Images - Getty 2Thomas described the incident as "humiliating and embarrassing" and said "that's not me"Credit: Getty Images - Getty Thomas used the highly-offensive term "f****t" during the Tournament of Champions in Kapalua - but his language was picked up by microphones on the course. Following the outburst, the now No.3 described the incident as "humiliating and embarrassing" and said "that's not me". Clothing brand Ralph Lauren ended its long-time sponsorship with Thomas. Thomas...
    Golf star Justin Thomas said Wednesday he will enter a training program amid the fallout from muttering a homophobic slur during a tournament earlier this month. Thomas, who lost Ralph Lauren as a sponsor, said he hoped to "become a better person." "It’s not a word I use," Thomas insisted. "And like I said, it’s going to be part of this process and training program, whatever I need to do, not only to prove to myself but to prove to my sponsors and prove to the people who don’t know who I am that that is indeed not the person I am." CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Thomas said he was "upset" at the clothing brand’s decision to drop him. "But at the end of the day, they have that right. They had to make the decision. I spoke with them along with all my sponsors. Although...
    Justin Thomas intends to go through an individual training program to “become a better person” after he was picked up uttering a homophobic slur under his breath when he missed a putt at a tournament in Hawaii this month. Clothing brand Ralph Lauren ended its long-time sponsorship with Thomas following the incident two weeks ago, which the No. 3-ranked American golfer described as “humiliating and embarrassing and it’s not me.” Thomas has spoken to his other sponsors — Titleist, FootJoy and global bank Citi are among those listed on his official website — and hopes they will stand by him as he looks to educate himself and restore his reputation. “It’s not a word I use,” Thomas said Wednesday, referring to the slur he blurted out when missing a 5-foot par putt on the fourth hole of Sentry Tournament of Champions, “but for some reason it was in there...
    More On: golf Take a look at these PGA Tour golfers in American Express Paulina: Growing up Gretzky came with pitfalls Another PGA Tour player tests positive for COVID-19 Tiger Woods had yet another surgery Justin Thomas intends to go through an individual training program to “become a better person” after he was picked up uttering a homophobic slur under his breath when he missed a putt at a tournament in Hawaii this month. Clothing brand Ralph Lauren ended its long-time sponsorship with Thomas following the incident two weeks ago, which the No. 3-ranked American golfer described as “humiliating and embarrassing and it’s not me.” Thomas has spoken to his other sponsors — Titleist, FootJoy and global bank Citi are among those listed on his official website — and hopes they will stand by him as he looks to educate himself and restore his reputation. “It’s not a word...
    Tom Holland says he accidentally broke his computer when he found out he landed his Spider-Man role If You’re Following #FinTok or #StockTok on TikTok, Look Out for This Bad Advice Justin Thomas speaks in Abu Dhabi after losing Ralph Lauren sponsorship Justin Thomas spoke publicly Wednesday for the first time since losing his Ralph Lauren sponsorship last week in the fallout of his use public of a homophobic slur. © Provided by Golfweek In his first public appearance since being dropped by his sponsor, Thomas answered questions from reporters Wednesday at Abu Dhabi Golf Club ahead of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship. One of the questions was focused on Thomas’ using the slur after missing a putt at the Sentry Tournament of Champions on Jan. 9. “I’m clearly beyond (not) proud of what I said,” Thomas said Wednesday. “It’s humiliating. It’s embarrassing. It’s not me. It’s not a...
    Ralph Lauren Corp. said it is ending its sponsorship with Justin Thomas after he was heard muttering a homophobic slur to himself after missing a putt last week in Hawaii. Thomas has worn the company's clothing since he turned pro. He has reached No. 1 in the world briefly on two occasions, won a major at age 24 and captured the FedEx Cup in 2017. In the third round of the Sentry Tournament of Champions, he missed a 5-foot par putt on the fourth hole. He could be heard saying the slur under his breath as he tapped in. Justin Thomas reacts to his shot on the 12th green during a practice round prior to the Tournament of Champions golf event, Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021, at Kapalua Plantation Course in Kapalua, Hawaii. Matt York / AP Ralph Lauren said it was "disheartened" by his language. "We believe in the...
    Ralph Lauren has decided to end its sponsorship deal with Justin Thomas after the golfer muttered the word “f*ggot” following a missed putt in Hawaii last week. Thomas, 27, has had a sponsorship deal with Ralph Lauren since he burst onto the pro scene three years ago. “In the third round of the Sentry Tournament of Champions, he missed a 5-foot par putt on the fourth hole. He could be heard saying the slur under his breath as he tapped in,” NBC 4 reported. Ralph Lauren issued a statement ending their business relationship with Thomas while re-affirming their commitment to “the dignity of all people.” “We believe in the dignity of all people, regardless of age, race, gender identity, ethnicity, political affiliation or sexual orientation,” Ralph Lauren said in a statement. “In reflecting on the responsibility we have to all of our stakeholders, we have decided to discontinue our sponsorship...
    Justin Thomas is the former world No. 1 golfer. Darron Cummings/AP Imsg Ralph Lauren announced it was terminating its sponsorship of Justin Thomas after the golfer was picked up uttering a homophobic slur during the Sentry Tournament of Champions in Hawaii. Thomas made a formal apology for using the term after missing a putt in the third round of the tournament. He is expected to receive a fine from the PGA Tour. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The Ralph Lauren Corporation has dropped Justin Thomas from its list of sponsored athletes after the golfer used a homophobic slur during the third round of the Sentry Tournament of Champions. In a statement released Friday, the famous American clothing company said that it believes in "the dignity of all people, regardless of age, race, gender identity, ethnicity, political affiliation or sexual orientation." It continued: "We are disheartened by...
    RALPH LAUREN have terminated their sponsorship deal with Justin Thomas after his homophobic slur last weekend. The American golfer used the highly-offensive term 'f****t' when he missed a putt at the Tournament of Champions in Hawaii. 1Ralph Lauren have terminated their sponsorship deal with Justin Thomas after his homophobic slurCredit: AP:Associated Press Despite the 27-year-old apologising for the offensive language, the fashion company have announced Thomas’ actions are ‘entirely inconsistent with our values’. However, they did leave the door open to renewing their partnership with the star, who is ranked No.3 in the world, if he ‘does the hard and necessary work’ to promote inclusion. A statement read: “At the Ralph Lauren Corporation, we believe in the dignity of all people, regardless of age, race, gender identity, ethnicity, political affiliation or sexual orientation. “This is part of our longstanding commitment to foster cultures of belonging - in the workplace and...
    The Answers to Top Questions During Tax Season 2022 Honda HR-V Ralph Lauren Drops Sponsorship Of Golfer Justin Thomas After Gay Slur Your browser does not support iframes. Fashion company Ralph Lauren has dropped its sponsorship of American golfer Justin Thomas after he was caught on a live mike uttering a gay slur when he missed a putt during the Sentry Tournament of Champions in Hawaii. “It’s inexcusable,” Thomas, 27, said on the Golf Channel after his comment was picked up by a course microphone during the Jan. 9 tournament where he was the defending champion. “First off, I just apologize. I’m an adult. I’m a grown man, there’s absolutely no reason for me to say anything like that,” he added. “It’s terrible. I’m extremely embarrassed. It’s not who I am, it’s not the kind of person that I am or anything that I do.”  Ralph Lauren issued a...
    Justin Thomas has lost a sponsorship with Ralph Lauren after getting caught using an anti-gay slur during the PGA Tour’s Tournament of Champions in Kapalua, Hawaii, last weekend. Sports broadcasters caught the moment the 27-year-old said “f—-t” to himself after missing a putt in the third round during the tournament on Jan. 9. Thomas apologized that same day, saying his foul language was “no excuse.” Ralph Lauren on Friday said it was “disheartened” by Thomas’ language and was cutting ties with the PGA golfer . “We are disheartened by Mr. Thomas’ recent language, which is entirely inconsistent with our values,” the fashion company said in a statement. “As we make the decision, our hope is that Mr. Thomas does the hard and necessary work in order to partner with us again — truly examining this incident, learning, growing and ultimately using his platform to promote...
    HONOLULU (AP) — Ralph Lauren Corp. said Friday it is ending its sponsorship with Justin Thomas after he was heard muttering a homophobic slur to himself after missing a putt last week in Hawaii. Thomas has worn the company’s clothing since he turned pro. He has reached No. 1 in the world briefly on two occasions, won a major at age 24 and captured the FedEx Cup in 2017. In the third round of the Sentry Tournament of Champions, he missed a 5-foot par putt on the fourth hole. He could be heard saying the slur under his breath as he tapped in. Ralph Lauren said it was “disheartened” by his language. “We believe in the dignity of all people, regardless of age, race, gender identity, ethnicity, political affiliation or sexual orientation,” Ralph Lauren said in a statement. “In reflecting on the responsibility we have to all of our stakeholders,...
    Justin Thomas apologies after using an offensive slur towards himself after missing a putt on a live broadcast. Justin Thomas unintentionally went viral for the wrong reasons at a recent golf tournament. During a live broadcast of the Sentry Tournament of Champions on Saturday, the former 2017 PGA Championship winner had a massive verbal slip up. After missing a putt for par, Thomas called himself a homophobic slur out of frustration on his way to tap in for bogey. Thomas was on a hot mic. Big fan, not a great look. Are we gonna apologize for the language here @JustinThomas34 @PGATOUR ? pic.twitter.com/QvIYdOv7F9 — Imsolazy (@DustyBurlap) January 10, 2021 Outside of the slur, Thomas has had a reputation of being a friendly competitor on the green who is well-liked amongst his professional golfing peers. Thomas did hide behind that reputation when addressing the incident, and noted the remark was “inexcusable.” “There’s...
    PAIGE SPIRANAC says disgraced golfer Justin Thomas 'should not be cancelled' after using a homophobic slur. But the American social media star and ex-golfer has slammed then World No3 for the foul language and says it should 'never be tolerated'. 3Ex-golfer and social media star Paige Spiranac has slammed Justin Thomas' actions As a straight man you have no right to say it’s not offensive. No one is trying to cancel him but that word is offensive and should NEVER be used. End of discussion— Paige Spiranac (@PaigeSpiranac) January 10, 2021 Thomas used the highly-offensive term 'f****t' when he missed a putt at the Tournament of Champions in Hawaii. And his foul language was picked up by microphones on the course on Saturday night. The world No 3 apologised after his round and admitted he felt 'embarrassed' by his actions. Spiranac decided to comment on golf fans' tweets on Thomas' regretful...
    Justin Thomas apologized Saturday afternoon for uttering a homophobic slur under his breath when he missed a putt on the fourth hole of the Sentry Tournament of Champions in Hawaii. The Golf Channel reported Thomas was caught by a TV microphone using the slur after he missed a 7-foot par putt. "It's inexcusable," Thomas said. "First off, I just apologize. I'm an adult. I'm a grown man, there's absolutely no reason for me to say anything like that. It's terrible. I'm extremely embarrassed. It's not who I am, it's not the kind of person that I am or anything that I do. "Unfortunately, I did it and I have to own up to it and I'm very apologetic." Justin Thomas reacts to his shot on the 12th green during a practice round prior to the Tournament of Champions golf event, Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021, at Kapalua Plantation Course in Kapalua,...
    JUSTIN THOMAS has vowed to ‘become better’ after his ‘terrible judgement call’ when making a homophobic slur. The American golfer used the highly-offensive term 'f****t' when he missed a putt at the Tournament of Champions in Hawaii. 1Justin Thomas has come under heavy fire for using a homophobic slur on SaturdayCredit: Getty And his foul language was picked up by microphones on the course on Saturday night. He admitted the controversy was a huge distraction for him in Sunday’s final round, despite staying in contention for a third victory at Kapalua until a bogey at the 17th left him needing an eagle at the last to match Joaquin Niemann's 25 under par. Thomas ended up settling for a birdie and outright third, but afterwards all he could think about was providing another apology over his antics the previous day. He said: “Golf wasn't the main thing on my mind today....
    Justin Thomas’ frustration landed him in some hot water Saturday. Thomas said a homophobic slur during the third round of the Sentry Championship in Hawaii. He was heard muttering the f-word slur on the fourth hole after missing a chance at par and settling for a bogey. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM "It's inexcusable. I, first off, I just apologize," he told reporters after the round. "I mean, there's no excuse. I'm an adult. I'm a grown man, there's absolutely no reason for me to say anything like that." Thomas added: "It’s terrible. I mean, I'm extremely embarrassed, it's not who I am, it's not the kind of person that I am or anything that I do, but it's, unfortunately, I did it and I have to own up to it and I'm very apologetic." A NEW YEAR AT KAPALUA, THE PURSUIT NEVER ENDS FOR DECHAMBEAU Thomas,...
    Justin Thomas has apologised after he used a homophobic slur when he missed an easy putt during the third round of the Sentry Tournament of Champions on Saturday. The American missed a five-foot par putt on the fourth hole in Hawaii, before shouting the word 'f****t' in fury as he tapped in the following shot.  The world No 3 apologised for the slur immediately afterwards, saying: 'There's just no excuse. I'm an adult. I'm a grown man. There's absolutely no reason for me to say anything like that.  Justin Thomas apologised after using a homophobic slur in a Hawaii tournament on Saturday Thomas shouted 'f*****' after missing a five-foot putt at the Sentry Tournament of Champions RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Golfers Lee Westwood and Graeme McDowell plead with Boris... Can your sport survive another lockdown? Sportsmail assesses... Former world No 1...
    JUSTIN THOMAS was forced to apologise after using a homophobic slur during his round. The American golfer used an explicit term when he missed a put at the Tournament of Champions in Hawaii. 2Justin Thomas apologised for his anti-gay slur on SaturdayCredit: Getty Images Big fan, not a great look.Are we gonna apologize for the language here @JustinThomas34 @PGATOUR ? pic.twitter.com/QvIYdOv7F9— Imsolazy (@DustyBurlap) January 10, 2021 And his foul language was picked up by microphones on the course on Saturday night. The world No 3 apologised after his round and admitted he felt 'embarrassed' by his actions. Thomas, 27, said: "It's inexcusable. First off, I just apologise. I'm an adult. I'm a grown man. "There's absolutely no reason for me to say anything like that. It's terrible. I'm extremely embarrassed. "It's not who I am; it's not the kind of person that I am or anything that I do. "Unfortunately,...
    Justin Thomas wishes he could get a mulligan. The PGA Tour star called himself a homophobic slur Saturday during the third round of the Sentry Tournament of Champions in Kapalua, Hawaii. Thomas uttered the slur on the fourth hole after missing a 4-foot put for par, and he was caught on a Golf Channel microphone. The 27-year-old Thomas, who has won the PGA Championship and 13 PGA Tour events, was apologetic when he discovered his slur was caught on TV after his round. “There’s just no excuse. I’m an adult, I’m a grown man,” Thomas told the Golf Channel after his round. “There’s absolutely no reason for me to say anything like that. It’s terrible. I’m extremely embarrassed. It’s not who I am. It’s not the kind of person that I am. But it’s … unfortunately, I did it and I have to own up to it and I’m...
    U.S. sets another record for daily Covid-19 cases Saudi Arabia, Qatar to Restart Direct Flights From Monday Justin Thomas after using homophobic slur: I deeply apologize ... Ill be better Justin Thomas apologized for using a homophobic slur during Saturday’s third round of the Sentry Tournament of Champions. © Provided by Golf Channel Thomas was picked up by a television microphone using the slur after he missed a 7-foot par putt on the fourth hole. "There’s just no excuse," Thomas told Golf Channel afterward. "I’m an adult. I’m a grown man. There’s absolutely no reason for me to say anything like that. It’s terrible. I’m extremely embarrassed. It’s not who I am. It’s not the kind of person that I am. But Unfortunately I did it and I have to own up to it and I’m very apologetic. “Like I said, it’s in excusable. I’m speechless. It’s bad. There’s no other way to...
    Capitol riot live updates: Air Force veteran fired after reported participation; Apple suspends Parler from App Store Tolerant Uruguay a place for some trans citizens to glow Justin Thomas utters homophobic slur after missing par putt at Sentry Tournament of Champions Justin Thomas was heard during Golf Channel’s telecast of the Sentry Tournament of Champions on Saturday uttering a homophobic slur. © Provided by Golfweek Sentry Tournament of Champions It happened during the third round at Kapalua. Thomas was facing a four-foot putt for par on the fourth hole but he missed to the right. He then walked past the hole and just before tapping in for bogey, he can be heard on the network’s microphones uttering the epithet. After his round, he was interviewed live on Golf Channel. “There’s just no excuse. I’m an adult, I’m a grown man. There’s absolutely no reason for me to say anything...
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    Justin Thomas fired another 7-under 65 to grab a one-stroke lead at the halfway mark of the Zozo Championship on Friday. The American produced a bogey-free second round at Sherwood Country Club in California to move to 14 under. Thomas, the 2017 PGA Championship winner, made five birdies on the back nine — his first nine holes — before a solid finish. The world No. 3, Thomas has enjoyed a fine year, including winning twice. He has multiple wins in every year since 2017. Back-to-back 65s have given Thomas a one-stroke lead over Dylan Frittelli and Lanto Griffin, while Patrick Cantlay and Scottie Scheffler are a stroke further back after all four also shot 65s. The round of the day belonged to Richy Werenski, who broke Tiger Woods’ course record with a stunning 11-under 61. Werenski birdied nine of his first 12 holes after starting his round at the 10th and he...
    No 7th trial for Mississippi man freed from prison in 2019 Target is rolling out hundreds of new food products, including gourmet pastas and pizzas Justin Thomas just two off the pace after career-best 66 at East Lake ATLANTA – On Thursday, Justin Thomas said this year at East Lake would be different. As predictions go, he’s off to a good start. © Provided by Golf Channel Thomas opened with a 4-under 66 to gain ground in the strokes-based event that seeds players based on their position on the playoff points list. Dustin Johnson began the finale as the points leader at 10 under, while Thomas started third at 7 under. “I tried not to look at leaderboards today. I just tried to play golf and get in my own little world and not really worry about what was going on and what those guys were doing or what...
    Medical residency is always hard; now 38,000 trainees are starting during a pandemic Get free ice cream, National Ice Cream Day deals at Baskin-Robbins, Cold Stone Creamery, Dairy Queen and more After caddie falls ill, Justin Thomas turns to father to carry bag As the heat index climbed to triple digits at Muirfield Village on Saturday, Justin Thomas’ caddie Jimmy Johnson had to take a break after the golfer noticed something was wrong. Johnson’s replacement: Thomas’ father Mike, who also serves as his son’s coach. From Golfweek's Steve DiMeglio: “Jimmy just wasn’t feeling well. He was feeling dizzy. I could tell he was light-headed and just didn’t have a lot of energy,” Thomas said. “I told him on 12 that if he needed to leave, he needed to leave. Just to make sure that he’s OK versus both of us worrying about it out there, and I hit my...
    Superintendent for one of USs largest public school systems has a message for DeVos: You cant put every kid back in a school A restaurant patron thanked restaurant workers for working through the pandemic with an $1,000 tip on a $43 bill Justin Thomas is going to hurt for a while after painful Workday loss DUBLIN, Ohio – Justin Thomas needs time. © Provided by Golfweek The world No. 3 was seeking his third PGA Tour title of the season and had a three-shot lead with three holes to play in Sunday’s final round of the Workday Charity Open at Muirfield Village Golf Club. But Thomas, who got off to a listless start to squandered his two-shot overnight lead, staggered home with two bogeys in the final three holes and then lost in a playoff to Collin Morikawa despite making a 50-footer for birdie on the first extra hole....
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