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Two days after Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna, and seven others were killed in a helicopter crash outside of Los Angeles, Justin Thomas is sporting a new wedge stamped in the basketball great’s honor, which he posted on Instagram on Tuesday.
JT paying tribute to Kobe with this new custom-stamped wedge pic.twitter.com/Z54NXch99Z
— Ryan Lavner (@RyanLavnerGC) January 28, 2020
Shortly after the news broke on Sunday, Thomas wrote on Twitter, “I have no words other than RIP to somebody I loved and wanted to be like when it was game time.”
Can’t get this video out of my head. Of all the things I loved Kobe for, this one is just so cool to me. I have no words other than RIP to somebody I loved and wanted to be like when it was game time. 💛💜 #24 #8 #MambaMentality https://t.co/6bs1Wq4Xro
— Justin Thomas (@JustinThomas34) January 26, 2020
A Thomas fan also tweeted the video below on Sunday, in which you can hear Thomas saying “Kobe!” before he hits his ball through a group of trees in a practice round at the 2018 Players Championship.
KOBE!!! Great video haha thank you https://t.co/emJg0sd5FT
— Justin Thomas (@JustinThomas34) January 27, 2020
He also posted a throwback picture of Bryant on Instagram on Sunday with the caption, “Rip, Mamba. You will forever be an idol to me.”
Click here to see how more of the golf world honored Bryant on social media.