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    Supreme Court rules against immigrant who was denied chance to make his case against deportation U.S. officials believe Iran-backed group responsible for latest rocket attack in Iraq Every once in a while, some of the best golfers in the world will remind us that even they can make infuriating mistakes on the course. Justin Rose is the latest. © Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports ustin Rose waits to play his shot from the fifth tee during the first round of The Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village Golf Club.  During the first round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational on Thursday, Rose shanked a bunker shot so badly that most people had no idea where it ended up. The dreaded bunker shank. #QuickHits pic.twitter.com/WGul700OBp — PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) March 4, 2021 Any weekend golfer could tell you Rose committed a cardinal sin on that swing — he picked his head up. It...
    Ralph Lauren has decided to end its sponsorship deal with Justin Thomas after the golfer muttered the word “f*ggot” following a missed putt in Hawaii last week. Thomas, 27, has had a sponsorship deal with Ralph Lauren since he burst onto the pro scene three years ago. “In the third round of the Sentry Tournament of Champions, he missed a 5-foot par putt on the fourth hole. He could be heard saying the slur under his breath as he tapped in,” NBC 4 reported. Ralph Lauren issued a statement ending their business relationship with Thomas while re-affirming their commitment to “the dignity of all people.” “We believe in the dignity of all people, regardless of age, race, gender identity, ethnicity, political affiliation or sexual orientation,” Ralph Lauren said in a statement. “In reflecting on the responsibility we have to all of our stakeholders, we have decided to discontinue our sponsorship...
    Justin Thomas is the former world No. 1 golfer. Darron Cummings/AP Imsg Ralph Lauren announced it was terminating its sponsorship of Justin Thomas after the golfer was picked up uttering a homophobic slur during the Sentry Tournament of Champions in Hawaii. Thomas made a formal apology for using the term after missing a putt in the third round of the tournament. He is expected to receive a fine from the PGA Tour. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The Ralph Lauren Corporation has dropped Justin Thomas from its list of sponsored athletes after the golfer used a homophobic slur during the third round of the Sentry Tournament of Champions. In a statement released Friday, the famous American clothing company said that it believes in "the dignity of all people, regardless of age, race, gender identity, ethnicity, political affiliation or sexual orientation." It continued: "We are disheartened by...
    RALPH LAUREN have terminated their sponsorship deal with Justin Thomas after his homophobic slur last weekend. The American golfer used the highly-offensive term 'f****t' when he missed a putt at the Tournament of Champions in Hawaii. 1Ralph Lauren have terminated their sponsorship deal with Justin Thomas after his homophobic slurCredit: AP:Associated Press Despite the 27-year-old apologising for the offensive language, the fashion company have announced Thomas’ actions are ‘entirely inconsistent with our values’. However, they did leave the door open to renewing their partnership with the star, who is ranked No.3 in the world, if he ‘does the hard and necessary work’ to promote inclusion. A statement read: “At the Ralph Lauren Corporation, we believe in the dignity of all people, regardless of age, race, gender identity, ethnicity, political affiliation or sexual orientation. “This is part of our longstanding commitment to foster cultures of belonging - in the workplace and...
    The Answers to Top Questions During Tax Season 2022 Honda HR-V Ralph Lauren Drops Sponsorship Of Golfer Justin Thomas After Gay Slur Your browser does not support iframes. Fashion company Ralph Lauren has dropped its sponsorship of American golfer Justin Thomas after he was caught on a live mike uttering a gay slur when he missed a putt during the Sentry Tournament of Champions in Hawaii. “It’s inexcusable,” Thomas, 27, said on the Golf Channel after his comment was picked up by a course microphone during the Jan. 9 tournament where he was the defending champion. “First off, I just apologize. I’m an adult. I’m a grown man, there’s absolutely no reason for me to say anything like that,” he added. “It’s terrible. I’m extremely embarrassed. It’s not who I am, it’s not the kind of person that I am or anything that I do.”  Ralph Lauren issued a...
    (CNN)The Ralph Lauren Corporation is cutting ties with golfer Justin Thomas over his use of a homophobic slur.Thomas apologized for the incident, which occurred at a PGA Tour tournament in Hawaii last Saturday."There's no excuse," Thomas told the Golf Channel in an on-air apology immediately after his round.In a statement, the company said it was discontinuing its sponsorship of Thomas because of his use of the slur, which the company said inconsistent with its values."While we acknowledge that he has apologized and recognizes the severity of his words, he is a paid ambassador of our brand and his actions conflict with the inclusive culture that we strive to uphold," a statement from the corporation said.Read MoreThomas uttered the slur after he missed a par putt during the Sentry Tournament of Champions' third round in Hawaii and his words were caught by television microphones.Justin Thomas apologizes for using inexcusable anti-gay slur"I'm...
    Justin Thomas has apologised after he used a homophobic slur when he missed an easy putt during the third round of the Sentry Tournament of Champions on Saturday. The American missed a five-foot par putt on the fourth hole in Hawaii, before shouting the word 'f****t' in fury as he tapped in the following shot.  The world No 3 apologised for the slur immediately afterwards, saying: 'There's just no excuse. I'm an adult. I'm a grown man. There's absolutely no reason for me to say anything like that.  Justin Thomas apologised after using a homophobic slur in a Hawaii tournament on Saturday Thomas shouted 'f*****' after missing a five-foot putt at the Sentry Tournament of Champions RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Golfers Lee Westwood and Graeme McDowell plead with Boris... Can your sport survive another lockdown? Sportsmail assesses... Former world No 1...
    JUSTIN THOMAS sits top of the golfing world rankings as we head into the first major of the year. The world No 1 will be aiming to secure his second PGA Championship title, and will be supported along the way by girlfriend Jillian. 5 Thomas stormed to his first Major in 2017Credit: Getty Images - Getty Who is Jillian Wisniewski? BORN in 1993, Jillian graduated with a BA in Journalism from the University of Kentucky. She worked for the university TV department before taking up her current role a Production Business Manager at McGarry Bowen in Chicago. Jillian was on hand to see her boyfriend's big major victory in 2017 - but only just. 5 Jillian got to see her boyfriends incredible major winCredit: EPA 5 Like Thomas, Jillian (right) is from KentuckyCredit: Getty Images - Getty 5 The pair soak up some sun during a whirlwind yearCredit: Instagram @justinthomas34 She was...
    Justin Thomas and Jon Rahm, on the third day of the FedEx St. Jude . A recital with the putt of Justin Thomas on the third day from the FedEx St. Jude Invitational, where he only needed the final club 26 times to dispatch the day, propelled the Kentucky golfer towards the option of reaching the world number 1 if on Sunday he traces the four strokes ahead of the current leader, his compatriot Brendon Todd. Thomas, 66 hits, needs the win to deprive Jon Rahm of reaching the PGA, the first big of the year that begins next Thursday, at the head of the world ranking. The Spanish golfer, unsuccessful throughout the Memphis tournament, signed 71 strokes and moves at the bottom of the table. It started with a bogey and closed on Saturday with two consecutive. The second nine holes, where two more errors and three...
    (CNN)Although more and more players are pulling out of the upcoming Travelers Championship event due to positive Covid-19 tests, golfer Justin Rose says he still feels "very safe" with the current safety measures.Brooks Koepka and Webb Simpson are the latest to withdraw from the upcoming tournament in Connecticut, USA, bringing the total number of golfers who have withdrawn to five.Despite players dropping out, PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan announced the event will go ahead as scheduled with no fans in attendance.READ: 'The Match II' is the most-watched golf telecast in the history of cable televisionBecause of the precautions and the spaced-out nature of golf -- players are "not in close contact with our competition," says Rose -- the British golfer thinks the sport "has an advantage over other sports" to continue playing in the ongoing pandemic.Read MoreWatch the video at the top of the article to find out more.
    Justin Thomas is one of the top golfers on the PGA Tour and is one player to watch going forward in 2020 and beyond. Thomas, 27, was born in Louisville, Ky., and attended the University of Alabama. After he left school, he turned pro on the Web.com Tour in 2013 and won his first professional event in 2014. He would later win his first PGA Tour event in 2015, which would kick-off his solid career. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Here are five things to know about Thomas. ** 1) MAKING A NAME EARLY Justin Thomas is among the top golfers on the PGA Tour. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara, File) Thomas was just in high school when he played the Wyndham Championship in 2009. He was the third-youngest player to make the cut at a PGA Tour event. At the time, he was 16 years, 3...
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