Justin Thomas wants to defend his title at the PGA Championship!

Justin Thomas is aware that he has a difficult task ahead of him

by Sead Dedovic
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Justin Thomas wants to defend his title at the PGA Championship!

Justin Thomas will enter this year, just like the previous ones, fully focused on the new tournament. His goal will be to defend his title at the PGA Championship and confirm his qualities. He is aware of the difficulty of the task and that quality opponents await him.

His form cannot be the reason for his happiness, but his performance at Wells Fargo showed that Thomas has what it takes. "I felt like I showed a lot of really good signs in Charlotte," -Justin Thomas said quoted by quoted by skysports.com "I think Saturday was a great example.

It just was a round where I didn't really have very much. I felt like I left a couple shots out there putting-wise and just wasn't sharp. I was hitting a lot of very poor wedges and irons. I birdied two of the last four holes and salvaged an under-par round on a tough golf course.

Bones [caddie Jim "Bones" Mackay] and I said on the 18th green that this is the stuff that we haven't been doing this year."

Justin Thomas comments his performance

Justin Thomas is pleased with his fight at Wells Fargo and the fact that he was able to save the match several times.

That will be his task at the PGA Championship. The most important thing for him is that he has self-confidence and self-belief. In such circumstances, his qualities will come to the surface. "I was hitting a lot of very poor wedges and irons.

I birdied two of the last four holes and salvaged an under-par round on a tough golf course. Bones [caddie Jim "Bones" Mackay] and I said on the 18th green that this is the stuff that we haven't been doing this year. It wasn't making that putt to keep or get some momentum or wasn't hitting wedges in there close, making those two, three, four birdies in a row.

I felt like in Charlotte I really, like, turned a little bit of a corner of seeing more of scoring better."

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