Justin Thomas cleared up some rumours about his coaching team after insisting he feels no extra pressure to perform well in the Fortinet Championship on the PGA Tour ahead of the Ryder Cup.
His inclusion in the side has been the subject of endless debate despite the 30-year-old boasting a stellar 16-5-3 record in Presidents Cups and Ryder Cups.
Thomas has been working hard on his game and he's in the field in Napa, California this week.
The tournament forms part of the PGA Tour's reimagined fall schedule. For Thomas, it represents a perfect opportunity to get in some much-needed reps.
Over the last few weeks there have been rumours he had distanced himself from his father and coach Mike Thomas in an attempt to 'own' his swing.
For his part, the older Thomas insisted the stories were absolute nonsense, describing the reporting as stupid.
There was also conjecture he had also parted ways with his long-time putting coach John Graham.
Thomas, who admitted the three-week wait to find out if he was in the Ryder Cup team was 'agony', provided a long-winded explanation as to what is going on with his team on 13 September.
"John Graham and I are not working together anymore," Thomas clarified, insisting that the duo had got to the point where "everything was fundamentally or mechanically or on the putting green was as good as it could get".
The defending champion is Max Homa, who is attempting to win this tournament three times in a row.
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