Justin Thomas makes incredible par from a bridge to finish French Open

By Dan McDonald
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Justin Thomas was the only American player currently on the short list to make the U.S. Ryder Cup team to make the trip to Paris for the French Open and the flight was certainly worth it for the World No. 2.

Thomas finished tied for ninth at 4-under par for the week, but the shot of his week came on the 72nd hole of the tournament. 

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Thomas' approach shot strayed to the left and found the walking bridge off the green instead of the water. But it left a difficult up-and-down to salvage par. Well, apparently not that difficult for JT as he almost holed out the shot.



Hopefully, this is just the warmup for some amazing moments from JT as he continues to lock up his first Ryder Cup appearance.

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