J.ustin Thomas apologized following Saturday’s third round of the Sentry Tournament for Champions in Hawaii after he was heard uttering a homophobic slur during the television broadcast.
A microphone picked up the slur, which Thomas directed at himself after missing a short par putt on No 4.
He apologised in an interview with Golf Channel after his round.
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