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Age / DOB:  (28) / 11/12/1987
Ht / Wt:  6'0' / 165

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Jason Day conjured up a 4-under-par 33-35=68 in the third round of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am for a three-day total of 10-under 205, up five spots on the leaderboard to T8, six adrift of 54-hole leader Phil Mickelson.
The World No. 3 began Moving Day on 6-under (T13) after opening in 1-under 71 on Spyglass Hill GC and 5-under 66 on Monterey Peninsula CC's Shore Course. He went off No. 10 tee on Saturday at Pebble Beach Golf Links and dropped shots at 10 and 16 (failed scrambles) but responded with birdies at 12, 13 and 18 (all from between four and seven feet) to turn 1-under. The 28-year-old played his inward nine in bogey-free 3-under, circling birdies at Nos. 2, 7 and 9, each of those traveling in excess of 13 feet, including a walk-off 3 from 15'7". Thru 54 holes, he's T66 in driving accuracy (29/41) and T60 in greens in regulation (35/54), but T4 at last check in putts per GIR at 1.600. Feb 13 - 7:08 PM

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Jason Day awoke to card a 5-under-par 35-31=66 in today's second round of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am and posted a 36-hole tally of 6-under 137, up 52 spots on the live leaderboard to T13.

The Aussie was sleepwalking thru his first nine holes on the par-71 Monterey Peninsula CC's Shore Course outpacing one birdie with back-to-back bogeys at eight and nine to turn 1-over. He responded with a bogey-free 31 on his inward half circling birdies at Nos. 10, 12, 13 and 17, and tossing in an eagle at the par-5 16th for good measure. The World No. 3 played the three par 5s on the back nine in birdie-birdie-eagle, and quickly erased an indifferent 1-under 71 on day one at Spyglass Hill GC. The 28-year-old, who's making his seventh AT&T visit, heads to Saturday five adrift of 36-hole co-leaders Sung Kang and Hiroshi Iwata and tees it up in R3 at Pebble Beach Golf Links.
Feb 12 - 6:45 PM

Jason Day looks to rebound from a missed cut as he turns his attention to this week's AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.

Day was last seen at Torrey Pines, trying to defend his Farmers Insurance Open title while also battling with flu-like symptoms. He missed the cut, giving him plenty of time to rest and recovery ahead of this week. The Aussie has some history at this event, posting top 15s in four of his six tries. Gamers should look to target Day this week, especially in DFS where he will likely go overlooked by owners that still have a sour taste in their mouth from the Farmers.
Feb 10 - 1:10 PM

Defending champ Jason Day staggered around Torrey Pines South Course on day two of the Farmers Insurance Open to post a 2-over-par 37-37=74 and at 2-over 146, missed the cut by three.

The Aussie battled flu-like symptoms since last Friday, and didn't play any golf until yesterday's opening round, including a much-publicized WD from the pro-am. He gave it a go nonetheless, beginning with an even-par 72 on the North Course, but exits early after today's three-bogey-against one-birdie effort. Day, the highest-ranked player in the field at No. 2 in the Official World Golf Ranking, recorded his lone par breaker with a two-putt birdie on his final hole. In total, 72 players made the weekend at 1-under 143. Joining Day with early departures are: 144- Rickie Fowler; Justin Rose; Hideki Matsuyama; Paul Casey; Marc Leishman... 145- Three-time champ Phil Mickelson... 146- Bill Haas... 147- 2009 champ Nick Watney; Emiliano Grillo and Patrick Rodgers.
Jan 29 - 7:54 PM

Defending champ Jason Day has withdrawn (illness) from the pro-am ahead of his seventh playing of the Farmers Insurance Open.

According to Golf Channel Senior Writer Ryan Lavner (link below), the Aussie has pulled out of the pro-am with flu-like symptoms and hopes to be ready for the opening round. Day is scheduled to go off No. 10 tee (Torrey Pines North) on Thursday at 9:20 a.m. PST with J.B. Holmes and Harris English, two of three playoff combatants from last year's edition. The 28-year-old, who is no stranger to health issues, also placed T2 at the 2014 FIO and T9 in 2013. He is the highest-ranked player in the field at No. 2 in the Official World Golf Ranking and the pre-tourney odds fave at 13/2.
Jan 27 - 8:39 AM

World No. 2 Jason Day wiped away the rust and wrapped his third appearance at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions with a final round 8-under-par 31-34=65 to put 15-under 277 on the board, currently T10 on the leaderboard.

After swallowing seven bogeys and a double over his previous two rounds, today's blemish-free tour will reward gamers that stuck with him as his 65 currently is low lap in the clubhouse. Day began the finale on 7-under (T20) and 17 shots back of 54-hole leader and World No. 1 Jordan Spieth. He circled six birdies on a perfect 18 greens in regulation and added an unlikely 75-foot bomb for eagle at the par-5 fifth (video link below). Elsewhere, he rolled in five from inside eight feet en route to a lofty 1.897 mark in strokes gained: putting at the time he signed his card. The 28-year-old had top 10s in each of his previous two HTOC, including a best of T3 in last year's edition.
Jan 10 - 8:48 PM

Jason Day's 54-hole stats at the 32-man Hyundai Tournament of Champions: ►Driving accuracy: T28 (28 of 45); ►Greens in regulation: T30 (40 of 54); ►Strokes gained: tee-to-green: 27th (-4.384); ►Strokes gained: putting: 9th (2.228); ►Putts per GIR: 16th (1.775)

The World No. 2 matched Jordan Spieth's win total last year with five and finished runner-up to him in player of the year honors. While Spieth has played the Presidents Cup plus three events since claiming the TOUR Championship at the end of September, the 28-year-old Aussie has not pegged it since going 0-4-1 in Incheon, Korea, 13 weeks ago. After three rounds on Maui, he sits on 7-under (T20) following rounds of 70-73-69, a distant 17 shots back of Spieth. His three-day totals show 16 birdies, seven bogeys, and one double.
Jan 10 - 8:06 AM

Jason Day is one of four 2014-15 multi-winners in this week's 32-man Hyundai Tournament of Champions and finished T9/2011 and T3/2015 in his other two appearances.

The Aussie joins fellow competitor and World No. 1 Jordan Spieth as five-time winners on the PGA TOUR last season. His first win came at the Farmers in early-February and then won four of his last seven starts, including a six-shot win in the penultimate Playoffs event at the BMW Championship where he opened in a career-low 10-under 61. He also won the RBC Canadian Open, The Barclays and most notably, his first major at the 97th PGA Championship, besting Spieth by three, where his 72-hole total of 20-under par at Whistling Straits was a new major championship record, supplanting Tiger Woods' 19-under mark at the 2000 Open Championship. The 28-year-old went a disappointing 0-4-1 in the Presidents Cup the second week of October in his only action since T10 at the TOUR Championship and enters the week No. 2 in the Official World Golf Ranking.
Jan 3 - 8:00 PM

Ellie Day used Twitter today to update followers on her physical condition and share thoughts in the wake of getting rolled over by LeBron James in Cleveland on Thursday night.

"First of all, I am okay!!" she started. "I am incredible sore and exhausted. Being tackled by that large man I would compare to a minor car accident. My head and neck hit pretty hard so it was really scary. My whole body feels like it was hit by a truck. Second, it was so fast. I didn't remember until 2am seeing the ball come toward me. It was a blur." She added a few thoughts in response to people who thought that her husband, Jason, should have protected her, as well as profiting financially, a notion that she dismissed. "It could have been so much worse," she wrote in conclusion. "I am thankful for so many things. One, that I didn't have (newborn) Lucy on my chest in her carrier, and that I wasn't still pregnant. Also that (son) Dash wasn't with us." You can read her entire three-page tweet at the link below.
Fri, Dec 18, 2015 05:34:00 PM

Bud Martin of Wasserman Media, the management firm for Jason Day, provided an update this morning on Jason's wife, Ellie, in the wake of LeBron James careening into her courtside during the fourth quarter of the Cleveland Cavaliers' home game at Quicken Loans Arena.

Ellie was taken away on a stretcher and was reported to be alert and otherwise OK shortly after the game's conclusion. Here's Martin's statement in its entirety: "Ellie Day, wife of PGA Tour player Jason Day, has been suffering from concussion symptoms after she was accidentally run over at courtside last night by Cleveland Cavaliers player LeBron James. She is resting comfortably and appreciates all of those who have reached out and are concerned about her. She wants to send a special thanks to her doctors, the emergency medical staff and the entire Cleveland Cavaliers organization who helped her thru [sic] this ordeal. Finally, no hard feelings towards LeBron. 'He was just doing his job. Go Cavs." Ellie gave birth to the couple's second child on Nov. 11. Their kids were not in attendance.
Fri, Dec 18, 2015 12:14:00 PM

In an unbelievable moment during which the worlds of two sports collide during competition, LeBron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers crashed into Jason Day's wife, Ellie, chasing a ball headed out of bounds at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland tonight.

The Days were sitting courtside just a few feet from the hometown bench. The ball caromed toward them in the fourth quarter of the Cavs' game against the Oklahoma City Thunder. James retrieved the ball and thrust it to a teammate, but his momentum carried him directly into Ellie. Jason was sitting immediately to her right. (You can watch the vid at the link below.) She was removed from the floor on a stretcher. UPDATE: In a brief update from the court at 11:08 p.m. ET, ESPN's Dave McMenamin said that Ellie was alert at last check. She's expected to taken to a local hospital for review.
Thu, Dec 17, 2015 10:51:00 PM

Jason Day has withdrawn from next week's Franklin Templeton Shooutout, choosing instead to spend time with his newborn daughter.

Day's second child was born on Nov. 11. He and Cameron Tringale are the defending champions of the team format in Naples, Florida. "Regrettably, I am withdrawing from the 2015 Franklin Templeton Shootout to stay in Ohio with my family and newborn daughter Lucy," said Day. "Our win in 2014 was the beginning of an incredible run for me and I hope I can return to compete in the event in the future." The Aussie is usually a ghost at this time of the year, anyway, so that he hasn't competed since the Presidents Cup is of no concern. Chris Kirk replaced him in the 12-team field at Tiburón Golf Club at The Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort.
Tue, Dec 1, 2015 04:45:00 PM

Jason Day hopes to keep the putter hot ahead of The Presidents Cup this week in Incheon, Korea.

Day arrives on the heels of a memorable summer. His putter caught fire and it never cooled off as he hoisted the trophy in four of his last seven starts of the 2014-15 season. He won't be playing for individual honor this week, as he represents the International team for the third straight edition. In the past, he's recorded a Presidents Cup record of 4-4-2. Given his current form, it would be very surprising to see that number decline over the next week.
Tue, Oct 6, 2015 09:18:00 AM

Jason Day signed for a 2-under-par 34-34=68 after today's final round of the TOUR Championship to post 2-under 278, currently T11 on the leaderboard and projecting third in the final FedExCup standings.

Day began his final frame at even-par (T10) and eight adrift of Jordan Spieth. After his win at last week's BMW Championship, his fourth in his last six starts, the Aussie became the 19th player to reach world No. 1. Four have won in their first start in the top spot and Day did not come close to becoming the fifth. To his credit, he battled hard in the finale, circling four birdies against two bogeys, but he'll look back at his par-5 scoring, where he recorded only one par breaker (in the first round) on eight chances. With Spieth holding a three-shot lead on the course, Day's reign as the FedExCup points leader and world's best appears to have lasted one week. Nonetheless, a career season for the 27-year-old, registering five wins on 20 starts, including his first major championship.
Sun, Sep 27, 2015 04:39:00 PM

Jason Day sleepwalked to an even-par 36-34=70 in today's third round of the TOUR Championship to reach the three-quarter pole at even-par 210.

The FedExCup points leader has quickly become an afterthought in the Playoffs finale, sitting eight adrift of Jordan Spieth with 18 holes remaining. Notable for several reasons, first, Nos. 2, 3, 4 and 5 in the FEC standings, who all control their own destiny, including Spieth at No. 2, are all ahead of the Aussie on the 54-hole leaderboard. Second, specifically as it pertains to Spieth, Day is in a head-to-head for Player of the Year honors. The 27-year-old's career low in 19 rounds at East Lake is 67, which he's shot five times previous. He began Saturday's play at even-par (T9) and nine adrift. The five-time winner this season needed something more akin to his personal best to get into contention, but mustered a two-bogey against two-birdie effort to fall off the pace.
Sat, Sep 26, 2015 06:35:00 PM