Tag Archive: Jason Day

Aug 07

Majors Ruining Tour?

Non-Major Weeks Losing Clout in Evaluating the Greats In my childhood as a golf fanatic, I waited for the majors with great anticipation, but I didn’t starve for golf in between, because every single event on the calendar had importance. Part of the reason was that each event and each course had its own distinct …

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Feb 25

Day and Dubuisson

Duel in the Desert – Day and Dubuisson Among other lessons we learned in the week’s Accenture Match Play, a grueling, “one bad day and you’re out” obstacle course, it’s still possible to have a great time and see some great golf whether the big guns deign to RSVP or not. I, personally didn’t miss …

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Dec 05

Jason Day – Triumph and Tragedy

Jason Day Moves Forward Royal Melbourne hosted the World Cup two weeks ago, and for the first time in a while, a native son won it, enabling the Australian contingent to win the team aspect of the tournament as well. Jason Day, who last won at the Byron Nelson on the PGA Tour in 2010, …

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