Justin Thomas | Second Round In Three Minutes | The Masters


Justin Thomas reached nine under par to tie the clubhouse leaders heading into the weekend.

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15 thoughts on “Justin Thomas | Second Round In Three Minutes | The Masters

  1. Not wishing to come across as hyper-critical, but I have heard other PGA pros say, and perhaps out of concern, that Tour players who swing like Justin Thomas are at greater risk of lower back injury. Critics and/or concerned professionals have often said that the violent and sudden thrusting and twisting of the hips will in time help to make the player's spine and nerves more prone to injury, or words to this effect. Needless to say perhaps, but watching Thomas wield the clubs and finesse the putting stroke, play awesome golf, and expect an even better performance the next round is very tale-telling the mark of great athlete.

    PS: Perhaps it is an unpleasant thing to have said considering tour players (males/females) are giving their all to play at the elite level, and their hard work ethic, passion, and desire to be their very best, doesn't come without a cost. They're paying it daily to keep playing at the highest professional degree in golf.

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