Justin Thomas comes out on top in the beef between buddies
Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth though friends of the green has been each other’s rival for a long time now and it finally came out to the surface this weekend Labour Day. Their lifelong competition was a spectacle to witness as it culminated on the greens of TPC Boston. Their last week playoffs was a thriller in itself, but Spieth promised that the finals would be nothing like that. He was right; the finals were way better. No heroic putts are no ambitious long tee shots over the corner- it was a meticulously planned and carefully executed grind show that stretched along the day from the tee into the autumn evening. Thomas came off with the silverware, but the clash was something to be cherished by those who witnessed it in the making. Thomas started the final tied with Marc Leishman for the lead but quickly fell off when Spieth played an incredible hand. From then on it was back and forth between the two friends for the lead and while Thomas finally came out on top, Spieth was in no way anything less than his friend.
Rory fails to defend the title at TPC Boston
Rory McIlroy bowed out of the Dell Technologies Championship after a weak 74 on day two. This is the second time in his professional career that Rory has failed to defend his title. After his two-shot victory over Paul Casey at the TPC Boston 12 months ago after which he went on to claim the 10 million dollars bonus on the FedEx Cup Champion, he has crashed out of the tournament after coming up with a 72 and a 74 on day one and two respectively. He needs a very strong performance in the BMW Championship if he is to make the cut for the 30-man final list for the season finale in Atlanta as he is projected to slip seven positions to 50 in the FedEx Cup rankings. He started out with a bogey on 10th but came back a little with birdies on 12th and 14th. But his problems with the putter was clearly visible during his 15th. It was mostly downhill for Rory from then on securing two more penalties in the course of the game and finally bowed out with a dismal 74 on day two behind Englishmen Paul Casey and Justin Rose who both hit superb 65s.
Justin Thomas to be featured on Feherty
Justin Thomas has enough reasons to be proud. The latest major championship winner is one of those. He is also the youngest member of the 59 club. And now adding another feather to his already adorned cap Justin Thomas will join David Feherty for the season finale of his self-titled, Emmy-nominated “Outstanding Weekly Studio Show,” Feherty. The show has been filmed at Justin’s home in Jupiter, Fla. Just three days before his major victory. This show centers around several aspects of Thomas’s life including and mostly his achievements. Follow all our betting tips here.