PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Tiger Woods has become a friend, confidant and something of an adviser for Justin Thomas.
Whenever Thomas has been in contention in his young career, Woods has often texted him advice or good luck on the eve of the final round.
That wasn’t the case Saturday night after the third round of the Honda Classic.
“Got crickets last night,” Thomas said, laughing.
That’s because Woods was in contention, too, beginning the final round seven shots off the lead.
“I knew he had one thing in mind, and we both had the same thing in mind,” Thomas said. “I thought that was pretty funny.”
Thomas added that he was “very impressed” with Woods’ 12th-place finish at PGA National.