Justin Thomas apologizes for the anti-gay remarks in the Champions League

Kapalua, Hawaii – Justin Thomas He apologized on Saturday afternoon for uttering anti-gay feud under his breath when he missed throwing the ball 5 feet into the fourth hole of the Sentry Championship.

Thomas said: “It is unforgivable.” “First, I just apologize. I’m an adult. I’m an adult man; there’s absolutely no reason for me to say anything like that. It’s terrible. I’m so embarrassed. It’s not who I am; it’s not the type of person I am or Anything i do.

“Unfortunately, I did, and I have to admit. I deeply apologize.”

Thomas said he didn’t know he was picked up and was a topic on social media until after his tour.

Thomas finished 5-under 68, and was behind with four shots.

“As he expressed after his tour, we agree that Justin’s comment was unacceptable,” the PGA tour said in a statement.

He will likely be fined for his inappropriate behavior as a professional, although the PGA Tour does not reveal the punishment for the behavior.

a year ago, Scott Percy He lost two endorsement deals for sharing an anti-gay meme mocking Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg, who is gay, when Buttigieg announced he would suspend his campaign. Percy also referred to the far-right conspiracy theory Qunun.

Patrick Reed He also had to apologize in Shanghai in 2014 when he was insulted in conjunction with anti-gay slander three times later.

Thomas, who reached number one in the world for one week last year, is the defending champion in Kapalua.

Thomas said, “It’s bad. There’s no other way to put it.” “I need to do better; I need to be better. It’s definitely a learning experience. I just … I deeply apologize to everyone and anyone I offended, and I’ll be better for that.”

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