If I’m reading my handy-dandy wrap-around calendar right, courtesy of the folks in Ponte Vedra Beach, the PGA Tour’s “regular season” is now more than one-third over, 15 of the 44 tournaments that lead to “The Playoffs” having already been contested. Never mind that my actual calendar says it’s only February.
You obviously don’t get to the top of the Official World Golf Ranking without a solid all-around game. But when Jason Day was really rolling from the summer of 2015 to the spring of 2016, it was mainly due to how he was rolling his golf ball on the greens.
How Ted Potter Jr. beat three of the game’s best and walked away with the title at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
How Jason Day scraped it into the clubhouse on Sunday at Pebble Beach—making an all-world par 5 on the home hole—is worth a pat on the back as well as a second look.
Rory McIlroy and his putter may need mediation.
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Jason Day, Alex Noren headed for Monday finish after five playoff holes at the Farmers Insurance Open
In keeping with the theme of the early part of the 2018 PGA Tour season, the Farmers Insurance Open went to a sudden-death playoff. Only this time, overtime is spilling beyond the weekend.
He may have been less than stellar during days two and three of the 102nd Australian Open at The Australian Club—four over par for the 36 holes—but Cameron Davis started and finished like a true champion.
Jason Day is a step closer to fulfilling a lifetime dream of winning his national Open—not to mention winning his first tournament of any sort in 18 months.
Jason Day is a major champion and former No. 1, and yet he’s often bombarded with questions not on his own play but the state of Tiger Woods.
The adorable kid quotient in the Jason and Ellie Day family is about to go up by one.