Thomas (Two-Gloves) Gainey was recently nabbed in a sting for soliciting a prostitute. The married father of two was given 11 months of probation to satisfy the court. There’s no info if he brought two gloves to enhance the encounter.
Golf World’s Brian Wacker has the details…
Gainey, who was one of 124 people nabbed in a large-scale six-day undercover sting dubbed “Operation Santa’s Naughty List,” was also ordered take a human trafficking class, serve up to 100 hours of community service and will pay fines and fees totaling $6,218.60.
In exchange, prosecutors agreed to drop the misdemeanor solicitation charge. Gainey also could see his probation reduced if he meets the requirements of the deal quickly.
Last month, Gainey, despite the case hanging over him, shot a final-round 69 to win the Korn Ferry Tour’s 2020 season-opener, the Bahamas Great Exuma Classic at Sandals Emerald Bay. The victory was his first on any tour since 2012 and an emotional one.
“This means everything,” said the married father of two. “My wife, I love her to death. Her and the boys mean everything.”