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Team: PGA Golfer
Age / DOB:  (27) / 11/12/1987
Ht / Wt:  6'0' / 165
College: Australia

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Jason Day turned in a 1-under-par 35-36=71 for his third round of the Masters.
After the big regression on Friday, today's mild rebound is welcome. Day totaled only 11 greens in regulation but limited the damage to three bogeys. He picked off four birdies, three of which on par 5s. He's played the three-shotters in bogey-free 9-under for the week. At 4-under 212, the Aussie is two swings adrift of the 54-hole clubhouse co-leaders but outside the top 10 on the leaderboard. Apr 11 - 5:55 PM

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Jason Day regressed to a 2-over-par 37-37=74 in his second round of the Masters to post 3-under 141 at the midpoint.

The Aussie opened with a bogey at the difficult par-4 first hole, but he striped his second into the par-5 second to set up an eagle. However, he'd square four bogeys before collecting his second and final par breaker of the round, a birdie at the par-5 15th. He's a yawning 11 strokes off Jordan Spieth's record-setting pace, but Day has the kind of firepower that demands everyone's attention on the weekend.
Apr 10 - 4:12 PM

Jason Day fashioned a 5-under-par 34-33=67 in today's opening round of the 79th Masters, posting up three strokes off the overnight lead.

Day's owners couldn't wait for today to arrive. He's healthy, playing well and has enjoyed success in varying degrees at Augusta National. The Aussie offered his latest submission with seven birdies against just two bogeys. His set featured five in a row beginning at the par-3 12th hole. Consider he totaled 12 greens in regulation, this may have been as low as he was going to go. Remain bullish on the 27-year-old as he chases his first victory in a major.
Apr 9 - 7:20 PM

Jason Day is making his fifth start at the Augusta National Golf Club.

Day is 3-for-4 at the Masters (all top 25s) including solo third in 2013 and T2 in 2011. He withdrew during the second round in 2012 (ankle injury) and finished T20 last year. Day was the 36-hole leader in the 2013 edition, but a 73 on Saturday dropped him to T4 entering the final round. He seized the lead back on Sunday after birdies on Nos. 13, 14 and 15, but bogeys on 16 and 17 derailed his title chances, eventually losing by two strokes to fellow Aussie Adam Scott. On the season, he has three top 5s in six starts, good for ninth in the FedExCup ranking. He ranks first on TOUR in multiple categories including birdie to bogey ratio, par-4 scoring and the all-around. The 2015 Farmers Insurance Open champion has made eight consecutive cuts in the majors, posting four top 10s during that span.
Apr 8 - 4:10 PM

Jason Day fired a 4-under-par 35-33=68 in the final round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational to end his week at 9-under 279.

The Aussie had quite the colorful scorecard, compiling seven birdies, one bogey and a double bogey at Bay Hill Club and Lodge. While four of those birdies dropped from outside of 11 feet, two were were clearly superior. He holed out from just off the green on the par-4 13th and added a 48'10" birdie putt on the par-3 17th. His previous best finish in this event was a T25 in 2010. It appears that he will easily clear that bar this week.
Mar 22 - 2:04 PM

Jason Day looks to put poor results at Bay Hill behind him in the Arnold Palmer Invitational this week.

The Aussie is elite by almost any standard, yet he has made the cut in just two of his four starts at Bay Hill. His last two were the best, tying for 25th in 2010 and sharing 45th in 2013. Clearly this event is on the fence in terms of his schedule, as he leaves it as much as he takes it. He tied for 31st in the WGC-Cadillac Championship in his last start.
Mar 17 - 11:59 PM

Jason Day toured Pebble Beach Golf Links in 5-under-par 31-36=67 in today's final round of the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am and posted 17-under 270.

Day made a valiant effort after opening the week with an even-par 72 in his first lap around the host track. A career-tying-low 62 at Monterey Peninsula Country Club's Shore Course boosted him into the conversation before he went bogey-free 69 at Spyglass Hill on Saturday. He then ran out to bogey-free 6-under after 10 holes today, including an eagle from just inside 11 feet at the par-5 sixth, but the Aussie bogeyed Nos. 15 and 17 before collecting a final birdie at the par-5 18th. This will be his third top 10 in four starts this season and sixth in his last eight starts of official competition.
Feb 15 - 6:05 PM

Jason Day lapped Spyglass Hill Golf Club in bogey-free 3-under-par 34-35=69 during the third round of the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am.

The Aussie picked up two birdies on his outward nine, and added one more coming to the clubhouse. His 12-under 203 is six off the lead of Jim Furyk.
Feb 14 - 6:34 PM

Jason Day recovered from his opening-round 72 at Pebble Beach with a 9-under-par 33-29=62 on Monterey Peninsula Country Club's Shore Course in today's second round of the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am.

Day opened the, well, day with a birdie-4 at the 10th hole. He went on to bury seven more and add an eagle-3 at the 16th hole en route to tying his career low on the PGA TOUR. His previous 62 occurred just one month ago in the finale of the Hyundai Tournament of Champions. The Aussie hit 16 greens and squared one bogey at MPCC today. He came within one shot of equaling Charlie Wi's course record set in 2012. At 9-under 134, Day has put himself in position to make a run at consecutive victories in as many weeks. He'll conclude his rotation at Spyglass Hill on Saturday. It was later learned, courtesy of Day's wife on Twitter, that he battled an illness today.
Feb 13 - 4:31 PM

Fresh off his playoff victory at the Farmers Insurance Open, Jason Day opened the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am with an even-par 38-34=72 on the host course.

This was hardly pretty and he'll need to work hard to contend, but it could have been much worse. Day found eight (of 14) fairways, but he hit just nine greens in regulation. His card included five birdies, including a 22-footer at the par-3 12th hole, but he also absorbed two double bogeys. The first occurred at the par-5 second where he found trouble off the tee and had to hit another drive. His second took place at the par-4 ninth where he miss the fairway well left, couldn't get to the green and eventually three-putted from inside 11 feet. The Aussie added a standard-issue bogey at the par-4 16th. He'll try again at Monterey Peninsula Country Club's Shore Course on Friday.
Feb 12 - 5:23 PM

Jason Day battled for a 2-under-par 35-35=70 in the final round of the Farmers Insurance Open and survived a four-man playoff to claim his third PGA TOUR victory at 9-under 279.

The Aussie secured pars on the first eight holes at Torrey Pines South before breaking through with a birdie on the par-5 fifth. It was erased by his lone bogey at the par-4 10th hole. Seemingly an afterthought when he reached the 15th hole, Day made a rare birdie on the par-4 15th and followed that up with a birdie on the par-3 16th hole from 46'11". After a great par save on the par-4 17th, he was unable to capitalize on the par-5 18th. Both Day and J.B. Holmes birdied the par-5 18th on the first hole of the playoff to eliminate Harris English and Scott Stallings. Day then found the green in regulation on the par-3 16th and secured a two-putt par to vanquish Holmes, who missed the green and made a bogey. With this victory, Day has now qualified for the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.
Feb 8 - 5:47 PM

Jason Day clawed his way to a 1-under-par 38-33=71 in the third round of the Farmers Insurance Open and is two off the clubhouse lead at 7-under 209.

The Aussie was giving ground early at Torrey Pines South, squaring two bogeys without a bogey on the front nine. His only birdie of the day came at the par-5 13th, but that wasn't the only circle on his card. He holed out for eagle on the par-4 17th from 143 yards to change the entire complexion of his round. Still in the hunt, he will try and take it deep in an effort to hoist the hardware on Sunday.
Feb 7 - 5:20 PM

Jason Day enjoyed a 7-under-par 32-33=65 on Torrey Pines North in today's second round of the Farmers Insurance Open.

The Aussie totaled 16 greens in regulation and circled eight birdies today. His only gaffe occurred at the par-4 seventh, which he bogeyed. Day reached the halfway point in 6-under 138, so he's four strokes off the 36-hole clubhouse lead. The bigger picture is that for every round that he submits without incident, he's that much further away from the injury and drama that tailed him throughout 2014. It's very possible that it's all come together for the 27-year-old. Expect huge things all season.
Feb 6 - 6:02 PM

Jason Day turned in a 5-under-par 33-32=65 for his opening round of the Sony Open in Hawaii, finishing three strokes off the clubhouse lead.

Picking up where he left off at Kapalua, the Aussie traded seven birdies with two bogeys at Waialae today. He rolled in three birdies from outside 12 feet, including a gem from 23'1" at the par-3 17th hole. When he signed his card, it made official his personal low on the host track in 11 rounds.
Jan 15 - 5:04 PM

Jason Day lit up The Plantation Course at Kapalua to tie the course record of 11-under-par 32-30=62 with a bogey-free final round of the Hyundai Tournament of Champions.

Day's 20-under 272 stands as the lead in the clubhouse and trails only Jimmy Walker in real time. Chris Kirk became the third person to put his name in the record books with a 62 several hours earlier, and then Day wasted no time in making it a quartet. K.J. Choi was the first to post the mark back in 2003, and Graeme McDowell did the same in 2011. The Aussie began the day with four pars, meaning he circled 11 birdies to just three pars over his final 14 holes. On two different occasions he put together a four-birdie run. Four of his birdies fell from longer than 12 feet, with a 39'7" effort on the par-4 seventh easily the highlight. He landed 17 GIR and gained over four strokes with the putter. He will now sit back and wait to see if his stellar work is good enough for a playoff or a win.
Jan 12 - 7:08 PM