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  •   Home > News > Sports > Golf

    Justin Thomas is a major golf champion for the second time, after winning the PGA Championship again

    Justin Thomas is a major golf champion for the second time, after winning the PGA Championship again


    Thomas triumphed over fellow American Will Zalatoris in a play-off in Oklahoma.



    Kiwi driver Scott Dixon's secured a fifth career Indy 500 pole, and second in a row.

    Dixon clocked the fastest time in the top-six qualifying round, ahead of the big race at The Brickyard in a week's time.



    And Liverpool have turned their attention to Sunday's Champions League final against Real Madrid in Paris, after losing out in the Premier League title race, to newly-crowned champions Manchester City.

    © 2022 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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