Our guy, Former Tiger Justin Thomas, is doing his thing again. This time, it’s at the 2015 Waste Management Phoenix Open. Justin is currently in second place. SECOND. Like only one guy ahead of him in the whole tournament after the first two rounds out in Scottsdale, AZ.
Justin shot an impressive -3 today after starting following his completion of the first round due to ending early yesterday. The weather has been perfect over in usually sunny Arizona, but Thomas is powering through it and dominating the field. While Tiger Woods is about to not make the cut, Justin is in contention to go win this tournament.
With an overall score of -7 heading into Saturday, Thomas could find himself playing for the win again if he can put together another great two days. The nation is taking notice with almost every media outlet represented within a 20 mile radius due to the Super Bowl also being in town, so Justin Thomas has his shot at becoming a breakout figure to the world if he can take home a win this weekend.
It’s coming eventually, so it’s not a matter of if, but when for the Former Tiger Golfer. I’m sure he’ll be following us for live updates from Tiger Basketball vs. Ballard.
Former Tiger Justin Thomas will tee off from TPC Scottsdale at 3:10 PM ET today for the First Round of the 2015 Waste Management Phoenix Open.
The storyline from Arizona might be the Super Bowl this weekend and the return of Tiger to Scottsdale, but we will be following the 2009 Kentucky Mr. Golf all weekend long in one of the best PGA events of the year.
Justin will be paired with Tony Finau and Cory Renfrew for the first two rounds. His tee time for the Second Round tomorrow is 11:00 AM ET. Scottsdale is two hours behind us, so keep that in mind when you’re looking at updates from PGA and other golf outlets. We’ll try to convert to Easter Standard Time as best we can.
If any of you, out there in Tiger Nation, are headed to the event this weekend (there has to be one of you), send us pictures and get rowdy in honor of Tiger Tech on the 16th hole. The biggest party in golf.