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Justin Thomas felt the love from the fans in Wisconsin last week during Team USA’s historic Ryder Cup rout of the Europeans.
As a result, the 28-year-old is sharing a piece of his experience from the whipping at Whistling Straits. Thomas is auctioning off some of his gear from the event that will benefit his Justin Thomas Foundation, which aims to support youth golf, children in need and military families.
The gear up for auction? Signed “America” FootJoy shoes, a signed custom headcover, a signed Ryder Cup shoe bag, a Ryder Cup pin flag signed by Team USA and a personalized thank you video message for each winner.
As a way of showing my appreciation for ya’ll’s support at Ryder Cup, I wanted to auction off some of my gear to share a piece of the experience. Auction proceeds will support the Justin Thomas Foundation 🇺🇸https://t.co/wcmZRHGeql
— Justin Thomas (@JustinThomas34) October 1, 2021
Thomas was also in the headlines earlier this week when news broke that Phil Mickelson’s former caddie and current Golf Channel/NBC Sports analyst Jim “Bones” Mackay would be Thomas’ new caddie going forward.
Have some money to spend and want to make a difference? Get in on the auction action here.