Justin Thomas to Represent US in Tokyo Olympics Men’s Golf Tournament


Justin Thomas, former Alabama All-American golf star is going to be representing the United States of America in men’s golf tournament at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics in up-coming month.

The other teammates of Justin Thomas representing the United States of America are going to be Collin Morikawa, Bryson DeChambeau, and Xander Schauffele, and the United States has been the only country, which is going to have more than two players in the men’s Olympic golf tournament, and Justin Thomas is currently holding the third place in the World Golf Rankings along with Collin Morikawa at the 4th place and Xander Schauffele at the 5th place and Bryson DeChambeau at no. 6.

Dustin Johnson, the no.2 golf player in the world, could possibly have been in the Olympic team of the United States, he had chosen not to play, and this decision of Dustin Johnson has moved Justin Thomas to the second position in the Olympic golf rankings of Golf Federation for the men’s competition.

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Justin Thomas said, he has been very honored for having the opportunity for competing in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, and he thinks that, this opportunity is going to be one of the coolest honors that, he has ever had. He also said, it has been something that, people do not get to do too often, and it has probably been one of the only tournaments that, he is possibly going to brag about playing in or qualifying for, and the fact is that, he is going to be able for playing for the national team of the United States of America in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.