Justin Thomas putting Jimmy Johnson back on the bag for U.S. Open

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ATLANTA – Although he finished runner-up at the Tour Championship, Justin Thomas was pleased with his form at a crucial point of the year – with the U.S. Open just two weeks away and November’s Masters looming.

Along with a game that appears to be peaking at the right time, Thomas will also have a familiar face on his golf bag at Winged Foot. He confirmed on Monday at East Lake that Jimmy Johnson will be back on the bag at the U.S. Open.


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Johnson has been recovering at home since the Memorial with health issues and Thomas had Jim “Bones” Mackay step in for the remainder of the 2019-20 season.

Thomas said last month that Johnson had a series of tests and that “everything came back good.” On Monday he confirmed that Johnson is feeling better.