Justin Thomas earns 5th victory of season at Dell Technologies Championship

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Justin Thomas earns 5th victory of season at Dell Technologies Championship

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Justin Thomas earns 5th victory of season at Dell Technologies Championship

The FedEx Cup Playoffs are in full flow, as the PGA Tour makes its second of four stops in this season-ending series at the Dell Technologies Championship. Final-round action is complete at TPC Boston in Norton, Mass., with Justin Thomas emerging as the winner.

We tracked all of Monday’s final-round action. Catch up with what you may’ve missed…

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UPDATE NO. 17 (6:07 p.m. ET): Justin Thomas wins! Here’s a recap of how that went down.

UPDATE NO. 16 (5:45 p.m. ET): Thomas pars the 17th and he comes to the last at 17 under – two clear of the field.

UPDATE NO. 15 (5:33 p.m. ET): Thomas is two up with two to play.

UPDATE NO. 14 (5:18 p.m. ET): Justin Thomas stuffs it to 4 feet at No. 15 and that birdie moves him to 17 under and a two-shot lead.

UPDATE NO. 13 (4:56 p.m. ET): Justin Thomas takes the outright lead at 16 under after Spieth bogeys No. 14. This is coming down to the finish.

UPDATE NO. 12 (4:46 p.m. ET): JT buries an 8-footer at No. 13 to also post birdie there and reach 16 under.

He and Spieth are TIED with five to play.

UPDATE NO. 11 (4:39 p.m. ET): BOOM!

Spieth curls in 6-footer for birdie at the 13th to move to 16 under. Leishman goes bogey-bogey-bogey after another falter at 12 and is now 15 under. That means Spieth is your solo leader.

UPDATE NO. 10 (4:23 p.m. ET): Leishman makes another bogey at the 11th, that’s two straight, and Spieth briefly ties the lead. But Spieth bogeys No. 12 to fall to 15 under.

Spieth remains T-2 and one back with Justin Thomas (who bogeyed 11 to fall to 15 under).

UPDATE NO. 9 (4 p.m. ET): Leishman birdied No. 9 to go out in 30 as well and move two ahead at 18 under. He’s since bogeyed No. 10 to fall to 17 under.

He remains one ahead of Spieth (16 under through 11) and Justin Thomas (16 under through 10).

UPDATE NO. 8 (3:45 p.m. ET): Spieth is out in 6-under 30, but he’s not in the lead, as Leishman birdies the seventh to move to 17 under. This is a shootout, as Spieth predicted.

UPDATE NO. 7 (3:07 p.m. ET): Marc Leishman took over the lead at 16 under, but Spieth birdied the seventh to move into a share at 16 under. Spieth is 6 under on his round through seven holes.

UPDATE NO. 6 (2:34 p.m. ET): Spieth and Justin Thomas are tied!

Thomas drives it to the fringe at No. 4 and buries a 32-footer for eagle to reach 15 under. The fireworks are in full force already. Oh, and Marc Leishman is also 15 under and co-leading after three early birdies.

UPDATE NO. 5 (2:29 p.m. ET): Spieth is just a monster.

He gets up and down from a greenside bunker at the drivable par-4 fourth, nailing a 6-footer, to open birdie-eagle-birdie-birdie. He’s now the solo leader at 15 under.

UPDATE NO. 4 (2:06 p.m. ET): Spieth adds a birdie at No. 3 to move to 14 under. Unbelievable.

He remains tied, as Leishman birdies No. 2 to also reach 14 under.

UPDATE NO. 3 (1:57 p.m. ET): Jordan Spieth. Wow.

Spieth goes birdie-eagle to start and he’s now tied for the lead at 13 under.

UPDATE NO. 2 (1:55 p.m. ET): Leishman birdies No. 1 to move to 13 under and the solo lead. Mickelson remains two back after a birdie at No. 4.

Thomas is one back at 12 under after an opening par. Interesting already!

UPDATE NO. 1 (1:35 p.m. ET): Phil Mickelson is hot early. Look out.

Lefty starts birdie-birdie to go to 10 under, and he’s now just two back. The final group (Justin Thomas, Marc Leishman) has just teed off.

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