“It was far from my best stuff so finishing fourth is a positive thing,” said Thomas. “I keep improving. I am very confident that I will win at this location at some point. I just don’t know when or if this will happen. I am very comfortable. I just need to do a little better. “
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Statistically, Thomas’ ball hit was pretty good. He was 10th in driving distance, sixth over Greens in regulation and fourth near the hole. The problem was, he was inconsistent on the greens and was 41st in 5-10 foot putts.
Thomas’ title hopes collapsed on Saturday when he struggled to finish his lap with bogeys at No.12, 14 and 15 and he started the final lap with six headshots before finishing with a 70.
Due to the pandemic and this year’s tournament moving to November, there is a silver lining with the next Masters just five months away. “I wish the tournament in April starts tomorrow,” Thomas said. “I’m just going to say that. “