There's a new era of golf, and the young guns are taking over. With the abrupt collapse of Tiger Woods career, with the aging of current legends like Phil Mickelson and Jim Furyk, a crease was opened and the likes of 2017 British Open Champion Jordan Spieth, U.S. Open Champion Brooks Koepka, and now Justin Thomas are busting through. The latter put together a masterful four days at the 99th Professional Golf Association (PGA) Tour Championship, to capture his first major win at age 24. This follows British open winner Spieth who is also 24, and Koepka, also born after 1/1/1990. Thomas was the only golfer who finished under 70 the last three rounds. Coming home in the second group, he only needed bogey to win. By two strokes. Lack of drama fits Thomas personality, his stoic, surgical approach to hitting fairways, making putts, and keeping pressure on rivals should suit him well over the next three decades. Thomas is our Sportsman of the Week, and will be a golfing force for years to come.