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Justin Thomas beats Will Zalatoris in nail-biting play-off to win second PGA Championship

Justin Thomas beats Will Zalatoris in a nail-biting play-off to win the PGA Championship for the second time in his career after Chilean Mito Pereira suffered a disastrous last gap MELTDOWN to miss out

  • Justin Thomas has received the second main of his career on the PGA Championship
  • He claimed the title after beating Will Zalatoris in a tense three-hole play-off
  • The two Americans had completed the ultimate spherical of the match with -5
  • Chilean Mito Pereira led the way in which going into the ultimate gap however completed with -4 

Justin Thomas has received the USPGA Championship for the second time in his career after beating Will Zalatoris in a play-off in Oklahoma. 

After each gamers completed the ultimate spherical of the match on -5, the title was selected a three-hole contest – the primary time one had been required in a males’s main because the 2017 Masters. 

The pair each scored birdies on the primary gap, earlier than Thomas took the lead on the second gap with a birdie after Zalatoris may solely faucet in for par. The 29-year-old then maintained his benefit with a par on the third to declare the title. 

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Justin Thomas, 29, has claimed the second major of his career at the PGA Championship

Justin Thomas, 29, has claimed the second main of his career on the PGA Championship

Thomas celebrates with caddie Jim 'Bones' Mackay after winning the play-off in Oklahoma

Thomas celebrates with caddie Jim ‘Bones’ Mackay after successful the play-off in Oklahoma

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