Justin Thomas won his first PGA Tour event at the CIMB Classic in 2015, and this proved to be the first spark of a great career for the man from Kentucky.
The 28-year-old won four times in the 2017 PGA Tour season, including back-to-back victories at the SBS Tournament of Champions and the Sony Open in Hawaii.
But the highlight came at Quail Hollow Golf Club in August where Thomas won his first major title at the PGA Championship, finishing two shots ahead of Patrick Reed, Francesco Molinari and Louis Oosthuizen.
Thomas added three more PGA Tour titles to his name in the 2018 season, with two of them coming at the Honda Classic and the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.
All in all, the World No.2 has won 13 PGA Tour events which, without a doubt, will be added to in the coming years. Thomas has earned $43,088,032 in his career, which is the 18th highest earnings in the history of the tour.
During his career, Thomas has built an impressive and lucrative endorsement portfolio, with this main sponsorship being with Titleist.
Thomas has appeared in commercials for Titleist and FootJoy and in September 2020, he collaborated with Scotty Cameron on a putter called the 'Scotty Cameron Inspired by Justin Thomas Phantom X5.5.'
He is also sponsored by Footjoy, Citigroup, WHOOP, Netjets and Beats Electronics, which have given healthy contributions to his net worth.
It is no secret that his long list of endorsements is an indication of how popular Thomas has become and this is a result of his superb play on the PGA Tour.
It is estimated that Justin Thomas is worth $30 million in 2021.