Justin Thomas (USA) missed the FedExCup Playoffs for the 2022-2023 season on the Professional Golfers‘ Association (PGA) Tour by just one stroke. Thomas finished the PGA Tour’s Wyndham Championship ($7.6 million) tied for 12th at 11-under-par 269 on Sunday at Sedgefield Country Club (par 70-7,131 yards) in Greensboro, North Carolina, USA. Thomas, who was 79th in the FedExCup standings prior to the event, moved up to 71st, but will miss the FedExCup playoffs, which are limited to the top 70 players. Thomas is a world-class player who was once ranked No. 1 in the world and has 15 career wins on the PGA Tour .But he hasn’t won a major since the PGA Championship in May, and with the cutoff for this year’s playoffs dropping to 70th place from 125th the previous season, he will finish the 2022-2023 season at the Wyndham Championship. Thomas did everything he could to make the playoffs, including playing in unscheduled events and changing his putter, but he was unable to crack the top 70.The final 18th hole (par-4) was a disappointment. Thomas had a chip shot for birdie with about 34 yards to go, but it hit the flagstick and ended up next to the hole, leaving him with a par. Thomas, who 스포츠토토존 would have made a dramatic playoff had the chip shot gone in, laid down on the green to express his disappointment. This is the first time this season that Thomas has missed the playoffs. Adam Scott’s (AUS) streak of 16 consecutive playoff appearances came to an end. Scott was 81st in the FedExCup standings prior to the event, but moved to 72nd after the tournament. Scott, who shot a 12-under 268 and is tied for seventh, needed just one more stroke to make the playoffs. Scott made a furious push for a top-70 finish in the final round of the day with eight birdies and one bogey, but was onl y able to move up to 72nd.After a late surge that included a birdie putt of more than 10 meters on the 16th (par-3) and a birdie putt of more than 5 meters on the 17th (par-4), Scott was unable to make the cut on the 18th (par-4), where his birdie putt was nearly 14 meters .With Scott missing the playoffs this year, only Matt Kuchar (USA) remains on the list of players who have made the playoffs every year since 2007. Kucher entered this year’s playoffs ranked 60th in the FedExCup standings.

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