Justin Thomas Captures Second Career PGA of America Player of the Year Award

Justin Thomas Captures Second Career PGA of America Player of the Year Award

Justin Thomas edged Jon Rahm to capture his second PGA of America Player of the Year Award, presented by the PGA of America for excellence by a PGA TOUR professional.

Thomas, who won three season events, earned his second career PGA Player of the Year honor and first since 2017.

Thomas collected 66 overall points, including 30 for winning The CJ Cup at Nine Bridges, Sentry Tournament of Champions and the World Golf Championships-FedEx St. Jude Invitational.

Thomas shared runner-up honors in the FedEx Cup with Xander Schauffele.

Rahm finished with 56 points for his highest-ever PGA Player of the Year performance, while PGA Champion Collin Morikawa (54) was third and Webb Simpson (52) fourth, while collecting his first Vardon Trophy.

Thomas won the season money title (20 points) based upon events prior to the 30-player FedEx Cup finale, and he finished third in the Vardon Trophy race for 16 points.

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