Thomas looks to shine at Tour Championship

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2020 Tour Championship 

US PGA Tour 

East Lake Golf Club
Atlanta, Georgia, USA 
4-7 September 2020
Justin Thomas will be targeting nothing but a win at the 2020 Tour Championship which is set to take place at the East Lake Golf Club this week (4-7 September).
The American player has proved to be one of the best golfers in the world this year by winning two tournaments.
Thomas won the 2020 Sentry Tournament of Champions in January at Kapalua Resort in Maui, Hawaii for the second time.
Xander Schauffele in action.
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The 27-year-old won in a playoff over former Tour Championship winner Xander Schauffele and Patrick Reed.
Another win followed at the 2020 WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational at TPC Southwind in Tennessee, USA as he won by three strokes over four other players in August.

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This was the second time that Thomas had won the event and his 13th career victory on the PGA Tour. 
The Kentucky-born golfer came from four strokes behind overnight leader Brendon Todd to prevail on the final day. 
The win took Thomas to Number One in the Official World Golf Ranking for the second time in his successful career.
 Jon Rahm in action
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Thomas is heading into this year's Tour Championship placed third on the Fed-Ex Cup standings - behind Jon Rahm and Dustin Johnson.
The 2017 PGA Championship winner believes someone is going to shoot a 56 or 57 or 58 on the Tour as he prepares for his latest tournament, Tour Championship.
“The hardest part is that it’s so much pressure because you don’t know if and when you’re ever going to have that chance again,” Thomas said. 
“I fully feel that I have the firepower and I’m good enough and I’m going to have plenty of chances at 59 over my career, but I just don’t know if that’s true or not.
“I still think someone is going to shoot a 56 or 57 or 58 on Tour, whether it’s in the next couple of years or 10 or 15 years."
The 2020 Tour Championship winner will get $15 million and the runner-up is set to receive $5 million.

Last five Tour Championship winners

2015 - Jordan Spieth- USA 
2016 - Rory McIlroy - Northern Ireland 
2017 - Xander Schauffele - USA 
2018 - Tiger Woods - USA
2019 - Rory McIlroy - Northern Ireland  

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Published: 09/03/2020