The American clinched victory on the WGC FedEx St. Jude Invitational in Tennessee, US, by three strokes to regain the world No. 1 rating for the primary time since June 2018.
He ended John Rahm’s quick reign on the prime within the course of, with simply 4 days till the beginning of the PGA Championship.
Thomas dug deep to safe the win in Tennessee, coming from 4 photographs behind to beat the likes of Brooks Koepka, Phil Mickelson, and Brendon Todd.
“It means loads, particularly with how I felt like I did it,” Thomas stated.
“Previously, I struggled with coming from behind. I obtained wrapped up in how far I used to be behind and the way many individuals.”
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He added: “That’s the good half about not having followers, there have been no roars or something I might take into consideration aside from me simply executing each shot the very best that I might.”
This week’s PGA Championship in San Francisco will even be performed behind closed doorways amid the pandemic.
Thomas gained the event again in 2017 and it stays his solely main win thus far.