JERSEY CITY, N.J. – There will be no celebration, at least not yet.
The Presidents Cup rookie left Atlanta shortly after finishing second at the Tour Championship and putting the final touches on what has been a breakthrough season. He flew to New Jersey on a private plane with Jordan Spieth, who finished second in the FedExCup race, and planned to rest on Monday.
“Probably blow some cash on some clothes I don’t need and just get ready,” he laughed.
Thomas played 25 events this season, winning five times, and said he was looking forward to taking some time off before his 2017-18 season begins next month at the CIMB Classic, where he is the defending champion.
“I’m going to do nothing [on Monday]. I’m going to work out. I’m tired,” Thomas said. “Just really exhausted, so I’m looking forward to sleeping in, but I usually can’t sleep in at all.”