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‘Cannot Wait’: Justin Thomas Shares a Surprising Piece of News About His Future Play After Missing Out on $20M Event

The DP World Tour is currently on fire. One after the other, the European circuit is delivering spectacular gameplay with high levels of competitive drive, and featuring some of the top golfers from around the world. This year’s Nedbank Golf Challenge, Sun City is already attracting attention even though the penultimate event on the Race to Dubai is scheduled 3 months from now. English pro golfer, Justin Rose, and defending champion Tommy Fleetwood already announced their participation in the event. Now, Justin Thomas has made a public declaration.

 

 

Is Justin Thomas playing at the Nedbank Golf Challenge 2023?
The Nedbank Golf Challenge’s very own Twitter (now X) account shared a thrilling video that confirms Justin Thomas’s intention to play in the event in South Africa. With 40 years in the making, the 4-day and 66-player challenge will witness some of the finest golfers alongside Thomas competing for the dome-shaped trophy.
JT said in the video, “I’m very excited to announce that I will be playing in the Nedbank Golf Challenge this year. Cannot wait to see y’all in Sun City.”

 

 

The pro golfer who just missed the cut at the FedEx Cup playoffs is ranking at 71 now on the FedEx points leaderboard and 14th on the Ryder Cup standings. With his can-do attitude and winning smile, Thomas is looking forward to showcasing his skills on a renowned golf course on the DP World Tour’s circuit.

Of late, the 2-time PGA Championship winner hasn’t been on the top of his game. He missed the cut in several tournaments this season, along with missing the top 10 ranks in all but three; the Travelers Championship, the WM Phoenix Open, and the Hero World Challenge. Still, he has not given up hope, and he is seemingly excited about the event in Sun City. Justin Thomas experienced several setbacks in the 2022-23 season
Apart from a fall from grace for the former world no. 1, he has been targetted in several controversies. His off-handed words spoken to US Open winner Wyndham Clark raised many eyebrows even though the 30-year-old golfer meant no offense to the maiden winner.

Despite his lack of wins this season, JT was in serious contention for Ryder Cup. However, a few harsh comments also emerged when his skills were compared to LIV Golfer Patrick Reed. While his fate in Italy is still to be decided, the 2017 FedEx Cup Champion is joyful about the prospect of playing at Sun City in 2023.

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