For the second straight tournament, Jordan Spieth lost a final-round lead. We were considering writing “For the second straight tournament, Jordan Spieth remarkably
lost a final-round lead.” But unlike a couple of weeks ago, when Spieth blew it as much as Dustin Johnson won it, the Monday finish at the Dell Technologies Championship was different: Justin Thomas was just too good.
Saying that “Justin Thomas was just too good” is a sentence that has been writing itself a lot lately. Thomas won for the second time in a month and fifth time in what is, yes, a remarkable
season. With just two tournaments left in the FedEx Cup playoffs, Thomas is assured of winning the PGA Tour Player of the Year Award (unless Spieth somehow wins those two tournaments, which then would be so much more than remarkable
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