Justin Thomas has gotten off to just about as good a start as possible in 2017. The former Alabama golfer swept the Hawaii swing on the PGA Tour, winning the SBC Tournament of Champions and the Sony Open. He also recorded a 59 (the youngest ever on the PGA Tour) and comes back to the mainland with the lead in the FedExCup.
A trip to Hawaii sounds like a great idea. Most don’t include two PGA Tour victories, more than two million dollars, the new PGA Tour 72-hole scoring record, and a 59. 2017 has already been a great year for Justin Thomas. There’s no reason to expect him to slow down now.