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15:40  16 may  2019
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Justin Thomas withdraws from PGA Championship

Justin Thomas withdraws from PGA Championship Justin Thomas withdrew from the PGA Championship on Monday due to a wrist injury. Kelly Kraft will fill Thomas' spot in the tournament, which begins with Thursday's first round. In a tweet, Thomas said his wrist is not yet fully healed. "Obviously, as a past champion, this tournament is extra special to me. It consistently has the strongest field in golf and I'm disappointed to not be among those competing this year but I'm optimistic about a return in the near future," he wrote on Twitter.

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Thomas (right wrist) cleared to begin chipping, putting after MRI © Provided by NBC Sports Group After withdrawing from this year's PGA Championship, including Tuesday night's Champions Dinner, due to a nagging right-wrist injury, Justin Thomas remained in the metropolitan area for an MRI, according to Golf Channel's Tim Rosaforte.

The 2017 PGA Champion also received consultation with a hand specialist at the Hospital for Special Surgery and went through two-a-day rehab sessions.

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Some good news did come for Thomas, who was given clearance to begin chipping and putting while still rehabbing his injured wrist.

Thomas hasn't played since finishing T-12 at the Masters last month, pulling out of the Wells Fargo Championship two weeks ago, citing the same wrist injury.

Nadler 'OK' after appearing to nearly pass out during press conference.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.) is said to be alright after a health scare during a press conference in New York on Friday. After appearing to nearly pass out during the event on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, a Nadler spokesperson said the congressman is "OK." "He is OK. Seems to have been dehydrated and it was very warm in the room," the spokesperson told NBC New York. "He is now responsive and receiving a check-up." Video of the incident shows Nadler, seated beside New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) at a press conference on speed cameras, appearing weak and pale.

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