Justin Thomas Says He Wants To Pursue a Career in Broadcasting After He Retires From Golf

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Pro Golfer Justin Thomas was in the broadcast booth for Sunday's long-anticipated match between Tiger Woods/Peyton Manning and Phil Mickelson/Tom Brady. Apparently JT has had a career in broadcasting on his mind for a while and plans on becoming a broadcaster after his playing career.

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Justin Thomas is one of the best golfers in the world, but on Sunday we saw a peek into what might be the next chapter of his career.

Thomas served as a course reporter during “The Match: Champions for Charity” event as Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning competed against Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady to raise funds for COVID-19 relief.

The 2017 PGA Championship winner spent two years as a communication major at Alabama with aspirations of being a golf analyst, and Sunday was a natural in the role. However, don't expect him to leave the PGA Tour anytime soon...The 27-year-old told New York Post's Andrew Marchand he wants to play another 20 plus years.