The American who returns to number 1 in the world ranking was satisfied with his evolution in the game.
Justin Thomas He returned Monday to the top of the world ranking after the consecration at the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational in Memphis that allowed him to unseat the Spanish Jon Rahm.
The 27-year-old American again made clear his conditions to be able to show himself as one of the best on the circuit and, in his self-analysis, recognized the evolution achieved at a professional level.
“I feel like I’m a better player and I feel like I’m a more complete golfer than before,” said the Louisville, Kentucky-born PGA Championship winner in 2017, Major who is targeting him next week with the No. 1 sign from the world.
“I felt like I could win by this difference (three shots) with an extremely poor game throughout the week. And I didn’t really hit anything too close, I just managed my game really well. It means a lot, especially how I felt doing it. I had a hard time running from behind last, “added Thomas, who jumped from fourth to first place during his coronation on Sunday.
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