Justin Thomas Set Some Lofty Goals For 2017-18

Setting and working towards goals is a good way to monitor our own success and progress. Justin Thomas is a goal-oriented person, and while he’s already achieved many of his goals on a broad scale by becoming a world-class golfer at the age of 25, there’s still room for improvement.

On Thursday, JT shared what he’s been striving towards in 2017-18. Not surprisingly, the goals set a high bar and impressively, Thomas was able to achieve most of them.

 
 
 
 
 
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Every year/season my team and I come up with goals for the year… it’s something I’ve always found important. A few goals that are very attainable, some that are going to require some hard work, then some that are extremely difficult. I ask every person in my on course team (caddie, dad, putting coach), to make a their own list. This keeps us all accountable the entire year that everybody is doing what they should be doing on and off the course to make sure we are as ready as possible every time I tee it up. Time to get started on next years list! (And no I will not share it until the season is over 😜😜) I challenge you guys to make your own list of goals and see how many you can achieve!

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“Every year/season my team and I come up with goals for the year,” he wrote on Instagram. “It’s something I’ve always found important. A few goals that are very attainable, some that are going to require some hard work, then some that are extremely difficult. I ask every person in my on course team (caddie, dad, putting coach), to make a their own list. This keeps us all accountable the entire year that everybody is doing what they should be doing on and off the course to make sure we are as ready as possible every time I tee it up.

“Time to get started on next years list! (And no I will not share it until the season is over 😜😜) I challenge you guys to make your own list of goals and see how many you can achieve!”

Thomas knocked off a few lofty goals in 2017-18 including recording at least +0.25 strokes gained: putting, finish top-25 in scrambling and reach No. 1 in the world.

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