Justin ThomasFrustration dumped him in some hot water on Saturday.
Thomas said of an anti-gay slander during the third round of the Sentry Championship in Hawaii. he is He heard a mutter The f-word slandered the fourth hole after she missed an equal opportunity and settled into a ghost.
“This is unforgivable. First, I apologize,” he told reporters after the tour. “I mean, there’s no excuse. I’m an adult. I’m an adult man, and there’s absolutely no reason for me to say anything like that.”
Thomas added, “It’s horrible. I mean, I’m so embarrassed, not who I am, not the type of person I am or anything I do, but unfortunately, I’ve done it and I must have it until then and I deeply apologize.”
Thomas, one of the world’s best golfers on the PGA Tour, said he didn’t realize he’d said it until after the tour.
“I’m speechless … I found out when I’m done with the golf course or when I’m done with my tour. I mean, it’s bad. There’s no other way to put it down,” he said.
“I need to do better, I need to be better, it is definitely a learning experience, but, yeah, just me, I deeply apologize to everyone and anyone I offended and I’ll be better because of that.”
It is unclear if Thomas will face the discipline.