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Jason Day
Jason Day (born 12 November 1987) is an Australian professional golfer and PGA Tour member. He is a former World Number 1 in the World Golf Ranking, having

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For other people named Jason Day, see Jason Day (disambiguation). Jason Day Photographed in April 2011 Personal information Nickname J.D., Jaydee, Jay Day Born (1987-11-12) 12 November 1987 (age 29)
Beaudesert, Queensland, Australia Height 6 ft 0 in (183 cm) Weight 88.5 kg (195 lb; 13.94 st) Nationality  Australia Residence Forest Lake, Queensland, Australia
Westerville, Ohio, U.S. Spouse Ellie Harvey (m. 2009) Children Dash, Lucy Career Turned professional 2006 Current tour(s) PGA Tour
PGA Tour of Australasia Professional wins 14 Number of wins by tour PGA Tour 10 European Tour 3 Web.com Tour 1 Other 3 Best results in major championships
(wins: 1) Masters Tournament T2: 2011 U.S. Open 2nd/T2: 2011, 2013 The Open Championship T4: 2015 PGA Championship Won: 2015 Achievements and awards Mark H. McCormack Award 2016

Jason Day (born 12 November 1987) is an Australian professional golfer and PGA Tour member. He is a former World Number 1 in the World Golf Ranking, having first achieved the ranking in September 2015. Day first broke into the world's top ten in June 2011, rising to world number nine after his runner-up finish at the U.S. Open. In February 2014, Day won his first WGC title, the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship and would win it for a second time in 2016. With his 2016 win, he joined Tiger Woods and Geoff Ogilvy as the only multiple winners of the WGC Match Play. He went on to win his first major tournament at the 2015 PGA Championship, scoring a record 20 strokes under par and rising to number three in the world rankings.

Contents
  • 1 Early life
  • 2 Amateur career
  • 3 Professional career
    • 3.1 2006–10: Early career
    • 3.2 2011–14: Contending in majors
    • 3.3 2015: Major champion and World #1
    • 3.4 2016
    • 3.5 2017
  • 4 Personal life
  • 5 Recognition
  • 6 Amateur wins
  • 7 Professional wins (14)
    • 7.1 PGA Tour wins (10)
    • 7.2 Nationwide Tour wins (1)
    • 7.3 Other wins (3)
  • 8 Major championships
    • 8.1 Wins (1)
    • 8.2 Results timeline
    • 8.3 Summary
  • 9 World Golf Championships
    • 9.1 Wins (2)
    • 9.2 Results timeline
  • 10 PGA Tour career summary
  • 11 Team appearances
  • 12 Equipment
  • 13 See also
  • 14 References
  • 15 External links

Early life

Day was born in Beaudesert, Queensland. His father, Alvin, was Australian, and his mother, Dening, was born in the Philippines and moved to Australia in the early 1980s. He has two siblings, Yanna and Kim. His father took him to Beaudesert Golf Club and enrolled him as a junior member just past his sixth birthday. He was allowed to play six holes a day as a junior. At the age of eight his family moved to Rockhampton, and during this period he began to win events in the surrounding districts. Alvin Day died of stomach cancer when Jason was 12.

Day's mother sent him to Kooralbyn International School, which had a golf course attached. Later he went to Hills International College, where they have a golf academy, at the behest of his coach, Col Swatton, who had moved there when Kooralbyn school closed down. Day borrowed a book about Tiger Woods from his roommate, and it inspired him to improve his golf by practicing in the early morning, at lunch-time and in the evening. He used the book's reports of Woods' scores as his benchmark for improvement and as a reachable standard. His first big win was at the age of 13 in a 2000 Australian Masters junior event on the Gold Coast, where he won with scores of 87, 78, 76 and 76.

Amateur career

As an amateur, Day was twice awarded the Australian Junior Order of Merit. He finished seventh and was the leading amateur at the Queensland Open. Day won the Australian Boys' Amateur in 2004. His amateur success extended to the United States, where he won the Boys 15–17 division at the 2004 Callaway World Junior Championship and was runner-up in the 2005 Porter Cup. He was a member of the Golf Australia National Squad.

Professional career 2006–10: Early career

Day turned professional in July 2006 after winning the Green Jacket at the NEC Master of the Amateurs, signing with TaylorMade and Adidas and immediately began playing PGA Tour events, principally through sponsors' exemptions. He made the cut in five of his first six PGA Tour events as a pro with a best finish of eleventh at the Reno-Tahoe Open and with official winnings of over $160,000. He entered PGA Tour qualifying, or Q-School. Placed in the second of three rounds, he tied for first in his section of the second round, advancing to the Q-School finals. However, in the six-round finals he played poorly, shooting fifteen shots higher than the score needed to qualify. Accordingly, he failed to earn his 2007 PGA Tour card but earned conditional status on the Nationwide Tour for 2007.

Day won his first Nationwide Tour event in July 2007 at the Legend Financial Group Classic, becoming the youngest man to win on any of the PGA Tour's three tours. The win jumped him to eighth on the Nationwide Tour's money list. He ended up finishing 5th on the money list to earn his PGA Tour card for 2008. He had a mediocre season, but had conditional status for 2009. A second-place finish at the Puerto Rico Open helped Day retain his card for 2010, and he finished 69th in the money list.

In May 2010, he became the youngest Australian to win a PGA Tour event, winning the HP Byron Nelson Championship. Day gained entry into his first ever major championship at the 2010 Open Championship after Greg Norman withdrew. Day went on to make the cut and finish in a tie for 60th place. In August 2010, Day made his first appearance at the PGA Championship, where a 66 on Saturday helped him to finish seven-under-par for the tournament and earn his first top-10 in a major. This run of form continued during the FedEx Cup playoff season, where Day enjoyed top-five finishes at the first two playoff events to qualify for the season-ending Tour Championship. He would go on to finish T17 at East Lake Golf Club and ended the 2010 season ranked 21st on the PGA Tour money list.

2011–14: Contending in majors

At the 2011 Masters Tournament, Day birdied the last two holes, but came up two strokes short of eventual winner Charl Schwartzel. Day tied for second with Adam Scott and at −12 set the Masters record for the lowest score by a first-time participant. This was his best performance in a major championship, and throughout the final round Day was tied for the lead on a number of occasions before eventually finishing in a tie for second after Schwartzel made four consecutive birdies to win the tournament.

In June 2011, Day participated at Congressional for the 2011 U.S. Open, his maiden appearance in a U.S. Open. Following his successful run at the Masters, Day achieved consecutive second-place finishes in the majors, this time finishing alone in second, some eight strokes behind runaway leader Rory McIlroy. He shot the equal lowest round of the week on Saturday, a 65, to jump up the leaderboard into a tie for third after round three. On Sunday, although he did not challenge for the lead, he was the best of the rest of the field as the Open was dominated by wire-to-wire winner McIlroy.

As a result of his major performances, Day moved into the Official World Golf Ranking top-10 for the first time in his career at ninth. Despite not winning a tournament during 2011, Day ended the season ranked 9th on the PGA Tour money list. He contended in a major once again at the 2013 Masters Tournament when he shot rounds of 70 and 68 to take a one-shot lead over Fred Couples going to the weekend. In the third round, Day was tied for the lead through 16 holes but bogeyed the last two holes to shoot a 73 and finish two shots behind Brandt Snedeker and Ángel Cabrera. During the final round, Day got off to a quick start by going birdie-eagle to take a one-shot lead. Day would later go on to birdie 13, 14, and 15 to take a one-shot lead with three holes to play. However, he bogeyed 16 and 17 and just missed a birdie putt at 18 that would have tied the lead. He shot a 70 and finished two shots back in third place behind Adam Scott, and Cabrera.

Day finished as a runner-up for the third time in a major championship at the 2013 U.S. Open at Merion Golf Club. He finished in a tie for second alongside Phil Mickelson, two strokes behind Justin Rose. Day tied the lead with a birdie at the 10th, but bogeys at 11, 14, and 18 would prevent him from winning his first major championship. It was the second time in his career Day had finished as a runner-up at the U.S. Open, and Day is also the only player in 2013 to hold a lead on the back nine Sunday at both majors. He tied for the lowest cumulative score in all four majors in 2013, with fellow Australian Adam Scott at +2.

In February 2014, Day won his first World Golf Championship event, the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship, after a final in which Victor Dubuisson won the last two holes to tie, then twice scrambled halves after missing greens at the extra holes before Day finally secured victory. The win lifted Day to fourth in the world rankings.

2015: Major champion and World #1

In February 2015, Day won his third PGA Tour event and his seventh title as a pro, winning the Farmers Insurance Open with a score of 279 (−9) after prevailing in a four-way playoff over Harris English, J. B. Holmes and Scott Stallings. He won at the second hole with a par while Holmes made bogey, after English and Stallings were eliminated at the first hole. The victory lifted Day back to fourth in the Official World Golf Ranking.

During the second round of the 2015 U.S. Open, Day collapsed on his 18th hole, the 9th hole on the course, having started the day on the 10th. He was very slow to get back up and was shaking and wobbly. It was later revealed that this was due to vertigo, a diagnosis Day had received from his doctor a month prior. However, the very next day, when he wasn't even sure if he would play, Day ended the third round tied for the lead. He finished the tournament tied for 9th. At the 2015 Open Championship at St Andrews, Day entered the final round as one of the 54-hole co-leaders and shot a bogey-free 70 to finish at 14-under-par and one stroke outside of the 3-way playoff. He had a putt for birdie on the 72nd hole to join the playoff but left it inches short. Day's tie for fourth, however, was his best finish at the Open Championship and was the sixth time he had finished in the top 5 of a major without winning one.

The following week at the RBC Canadian Open in Oakville, Canada, Day outlasted Bubba Watson and hometown favorite David Hearn to win the tournament, his second tour victory of the season and fourth overall. He made birdies on the last three holes in the final round to take a one-stroke victory. The 2015 PGA Championship was the final major championship of the 2015 season, hosted at the historic Whistling Straits. Jason Day produced an exceptional performance shooting rounds of 68, 67, 66 and 67 to best his nearest competitor, Jordan Spieth, by three strokes. This also preventing Spieth from winning a third major championship that season, although Spieth did dethrone Rory McIlroy to become the No. 1 ranked PGA player. Jason Day also set a new record that week becoming the first player in history to finish at 20-under-par in a major.

Day's hot streak continued with wins in The Barclays and the BMW Championship, two of the first three events in the FedEx Cup playoffs. As a result of the BMW Championship win, on 20 September 2015, Day gained the world number 1 ranking for the first time. Day entered the Tour Championship as the FedEx Cup leader, but he finished tied for tenth. Jordan Spieth would win the Tour Championship and the FedEx Cup as well as retaking the number one world ranking.

2016

After a missed cut in the defence of his Farmers Insurance Open title, Day claimed his first win of the year and eighth overall on the PGA Tour at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, where he beat Kevin Chappell by one shot. Day's victory was wire-to-wire having shot all four rounds under par (66-65-70-70) to finish with a −17 total. He birdied the 17th hole during the final round and had to get up and down from the bunker on the 72nd hole to hold on for the win. Day rose one place in the world rankings to number two, overtaking Rory McIlroy.

Just a week later, Day was in the winner's circle again at the WGC-Dell Match Play. He overtook Jordan Spieth to reach world No. 1 with his progression through to the semi-finals before beating Louis Oosthuizen 5 & 4 in the final in Austin, Texas for his ninth PGA Tour win.

He followed these victories up with a 4-stroke, wire-to-wire win at the 2016 Players Championship for his 10th career PGA Tour victory. Afterwards, he was hailed by world No.2 and nearest rival Jordan Spieth, while Adam Scott called his run of form 'Tiger-esque'.

In late June, Day announced that he would not be playing in the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, citing concerns over the Zika virus.

As of July 2016, Day has earned over $33 million in prize money on the PGA Tour.

2017

On 1 January 2017, Nike announced that Day was joining Nike Golf ahead of the SBS Tournament of Champions at Kapalua the following week. It was announced that he will wear Nike clothes, shoes and gloves, following the brand's decision to stop making clubs and balls. Nike Golf unveiled a commercial to announce the multi-year sponsorship deal worth a reported $10m a year. Day was known to have the RBC logo on the collar of his shirts, but because Nike does not allow other sponsorships to be seen on their apparel, his sponsorship contract with RBC was not renewed. He continues to wear the Lexus logo on the left sleeve of his shirts, as he previously did before using Nike apparel.

Personal life

Day married Ellie Harvey (of Lucas, Ohio), in 2009. The couple lives in Westerville, Ohio. The couple has one son, Dash, born in 2012, and a daughter, Lucy, born on 11 November 2015. On 17 December 2015, while watching a Cleveland Cavaliers game against Oklahoma City Thunder at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ellie sustained injuries after Cavaliers player LeBron James collided with her while attempting to retrieve a loose ball. She exited the arena in a stretcher with her head immobilized and was admitted to a nearby hospital.

Day had previously lived in Orlando, Florida, and Fort Worth, Texas.

In November 2013, eight of Day's relatives in the Philippines, including his grandmother, died during Typhoon Haiyan.

Recognition
  • 2015 – The Don Award, Sport Australia Hall of Fame
  • 2015 – inaugural Greg Norman Medal
  • 2015 – Queensland Sports Star of the Year
  • 2016 – Greg Norman Medal
Amateur wins

this list may be incomplete

  • 2003 Adina Watches Junior Tournament
  • 2004 Queensland Amateur, Australian Boys' Amateur, New Zealand Under 19 Championship, Callaway World Junior Championship (Boys 15–17), ADINA Watches Junior Tournament
  • 2005 Victorian Junior Masters
  • 2006 Australian Amateur Stroke Play, Master of the Amateurs, Queensland Amateur
Professional wins (14) PGA Tour wins (10) Legend Major championships (1) Players championships (1) World Golf Championships (2) FedEx Cup playoff event (2) Other PGA Tour (4) No. Date Tournament Winning score To par Margin of
victory Runner(s)-up 1 23 May 2010 HP Byron Nelson Championship 66-65-67-72=270 −10 2 strokes Blake Adams, Brian Gay,
Jeff Overton 2 23 Feb 2014 WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship 23 holes Victor Dubuisson 3 8 Feb 2015 Farmers Insurance Open 73-65-71-70=279 −9 Playoff Harris English, J. B. Holmes
Scott Stallings 4 26 Jul 2015 RBC Canadian Open 68-66-69-68=271 −17 1 stroke Bubba Watson 5 16 Aug 2015 PGA Championship 68-67-66-67=268 −20 3 strokes Jordan Spieth 6 30 Aug 2015 The Barclays 68-68-63-62=261 −19 6 strokes Henrik Stenson 7 20 Sep 2015 BMW Championship 61-63-69-69=262 −22 6 strokes Daniel Berger 8 20 Mar 2016 Arnold Palmer Invitational 66-65-70-70=271 −17 1 stroke Kevin Chappell 9 27 Mar 2016 WGC-Dell Match Play (2) 5 & 4 Louis Oosthuizen 10 15 May 2016 The Players Championship 63-66-73-71=273 −15 4 strokes Kevin Chappell

PGA Tour playoff record (1–1)

No. Year Tournament Opponent(s) Result 1 2015 Farmers Insurance Open Harris English, J. B. Holmes,
Scott Stallings Won with par on second extra hole
English and Stallings eliminated with birdie on first hole 2 2017 AT&T Byron Nelson Billy Horschel Lost to par on first extra hole Nationwide Tour wins (1) No. Date Tournament Winning score To par Margin of
victory Runner-up 1 8 Jul 2007 Legend Financial Group Classic 68-66-67-67=268 −16 1 stroke Scott Gardiner Other wins (3)
  • 2013 (2) ISPS Handa World Cup of Golf (team event with Adam Scott), World Cup of Golf Individual Trophy
  • 2014 (1) Franklin Templeton Shootout (with Cameron Tringale)
Major championships Wins (1) Year Championship 54 holes Winning score Margin Runner-up 2015 PGA Championship 2 shot lead −20 (68-67-66-67=268) 3 strokes Jordan Spieth Results timeline Tournament 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Masters Tournament T2 WD 3 T20 T28 T10 T22 U.S. Open 2 T59 T2 T4 T9 T8 CUT The Open Championship T60 T30 T32 T58 T4 T22 T27 PGA Championship T10 CUT CUT T8 T15 1 2   Win   Top 10   Did not play

CUT = missed the half-way cut
WD = withdrew
"T" = tied

Summary Tournament Wins 2nd 3rd Top-5 Top-10 Top-25 Events Cuts made Masters Tournament 0 1 1 2 3 5 7 6 U.S. Open 0 2 0 3 5 5 7 6 The Open Championship 0 0 0 1 1 2 7 7 PGA Championship 1 1 0 2 4 5 7 5 Totals 1 4 1 8 13 17 28 24
  • Most consecutive cuts made – 17 (2013 Masters – 2017 Masters)
  • Longest streak of top-10s – 5 (2015 U.S. Open – 2016 U.S. Open)
World Golf Championships Wins (2) Year Championship 54 holes Winning score Margin
of victory Runner-up 2014 WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship n/a 23 holes Victor Dubuisson 2016 WGC-Dell Match Play Championship (2) n/a 5 & 4 Louis Oosthuizen Results timeline

Results not in chronological order prior to 2015.

Tournament 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Mexico Championship DNP T45 T20 T33 DNP T31 T23 DNP Match Play DNP R16 R32 3 1 T52 1 T58 Bridgestone Invitational T22 T4 T29 T53 WD T12 T3 T24 HSBC Champions DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP
  • DNP = Did not play
  • QF, R16, R32, R64 = Round in which player lost in match play
  • WD = withdrew
  • "T" = tied
  • Green background for wins. Yellow background for top-10.
PGA Tour career summary Season Starts Cuts
made Wins
(majors) 2nd 3rd Top-10 Top-25 Earnings
($) Money
list rank 2006 7 5 0 0 0 0 2 174,508 n/a 2008 28 13 0 0 0 2 6 767,393 136 2009 18 14 0 1 0 2 7 1,251,219 69 2010 24 18 1 1 0 5 11 2,904,327 21 2011 21 18 0 2 1 10 12 3,962,647 9 2012 17 13 0 0 0 4 8 1,143,233 88 2013 21 21 0 1 2 7 12 3,625,030 12 2014 15 14 1 2 0 6 9 3,789,574 16 2015 20 18 5 (1) 0 1 11 15 9,403,330 2 2016 20 19 3 1 1 10 16 8,045,112 2 2017 13 9 0 1 0 2 6 1,633,400 38 Career* 204 162 10 (1) 9 5 59 104 36,699,772 15

* As of 26 June 2017

Team appearances

Professional

  • Presidents Cup (representing the International team): 2011, 2013, 2015
  • World Cup (representing Australia): 2013 (winners)
  • Wendy's 3-Tour Challenge (representing PGA Tour): 2012 (winners), 2013
Equipment

Equipment is accurate as of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am (11 February 2016)

  • Driver: TaylorMade M1 460, 10.5 Deg Adjusted to 9 Degrees
  • 4 Wood: TaylorMade AeroBurner 3HL
  • Irons: TaylorMade RSi 2 (2 iron), TaylorMade RSi TP (4–PW)
  • Wedges: TaylorMade Tour Preferred EF (47, 52 ATV and 58 ATV)
  • Putter: TaylorMade Ghost Spider Itsy Bitsy Black Prototype
  • Ball: TaylorMade Tour Preferred X (2016)
See also
  • List of golfers with most PGA Tour wins
  • List of men's major championships winning golfers
  • 2007 Nationwide Tour graduates
References
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External links
  • Jason Day at the PGA Tour of Australasia official site
  • Jason Day at the PGA Tour official site
  • Jason Day at the Official World Golf Ranking official site
  • Jason Day player profile, Golf Australia
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World rankings – Top ten golf players as of week of 7 August 2017 Male Female
  1. Dustin Johnson
  2. Jordan Spieth
  3. Hideki Matsuyama
  4. Rory McIlroy
  5. Sergio García
  6. Jon Rahm
  7. Jason Day
  8. Henrik Stenson
  9. Alexander Norén
  10. Rickie Fowler
  1. Ryu So-yeon
  2. Lexi Thompson
  3. Ariya Jutanugarn
  4. Park Sung-hyun
  5. Lydia Ko
  6. Shanshan Feng
  7. Chun In-gee
  8. Inbee Park
  9. In-Kyung Kim
  10. Amy Yang
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World Number One golfers since 1986
  • Seve Ballesteros
  • Fred Couples
  • Jason Day
  • Luke Donald
  • David Duval
  • Ernie Els
  • Nick Faldo
  • Dustin Johnson
  • Martin Kaymer
  • Bernhard Langer
  • Tom Lehman
  • Rory McIlroy
  • Greg Norman
  • Nick Price
  • Adam Scott
  • Vijay Singh
  • Jordan Spieth
  • Lee Westwood
  • Tiger Woods
  • Ian Woosnam

Player in bold denotes current number one

Official World Golf Ranking
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PGA Championship champions Match play
era
  • 1916 Jim Barnes
  • 1917–18 Cancelled due to World War I
  • 1919 Jim Barnes
  • 1920 Jock Hutchison
  • 1921 Walter Hagen
  • 1922 Gene Sarazen
  • 1923 Gene Sarazen
  • 1924 Walter Hagen
  • 1925 Walter Hagen
  • 1926 Walter Hagen
  • 1927 Walter Hagen
  • 1928 Leo Diegel
  • 1929 Leo Diegel
  • 1930 Tommy Armour
  • 1931 Tom Creavy
  • 1932 Olin Dutra
  • 1933 Gene Sarazen
  • 1934 Paul Runyan
  • 1935 Johnny Revolta
  • 1936 Denny Shute
  • 1937 Denny Shute
  • 1938 Paul Runyan
  • 1939 Henry Picard
  • 1940 Byron Nelson
  • 1941 Vic Ghezzi
  • 1942 Sam Snead
  • 1943 Cancelled due to World War II
  • 1944 Bob Hamilton
  • 1945 Byron Nelson
  • 1946 Ben Hogan
  • 1947 Jim Ferrier
  • 1948 Ben Hogan
  • 1949 Sam Snead
  • 1950 Chandler Harper
  • 1951 Sam Snead
  • 1952 Jim Turnesa
  • 1953 Walter Burkemo
  • 1954 Chick Harbert
  • 1955 Doug Ford
  • 1956 Jack Burke Jr.
  • 1957 Lionel Hebert
Stroke play
era
  • 1958 Dow Finsterwald
  • 1959 Bob Rosburg
  • 1960 Jay Hebert
  • 1961 Jerry Barber†
  • 1962 Gary Player
  • 1963 Jack Nicklaus
  • 1964‡ Bobby Nichols
  • 1965 Dave Marr
  • 1966 Al Geiberger
  • 1967 Don January†
  • 1968 Julius Boros
  • 1969‡ Raymond Floyd
  • 1970 Dave Stockton
  • 1971 Jack Nicklaus
  • 1972 Gary Player
  • 1973 Jack Nicklaus
  • 1974 Lee Trevino
  • 1975 Jack Nicklaus
  • 1976 Dave Stockton
  • 1977 Lanny Wadkins†
  • 1978 John Mahaffey†
  • 1979 David Graham†
  • 1980 Jack Nicklaus
  • 1981 Larry Nelson
  • 1982‡ Raymond Floyd
  • 1983‡ Hal Sutton
  • 1984 Lee Trevino
  • 1985 Hubert Green
  • 1986 Bob Tway
  • 1987 Larry Nelson†
  • 1988 Jeff Sluman
  • 1989 Payne Stewart
  • 1990 Wayne Grady
  • 1991 John Daly
  • 1992 Nick Price
  • 1993 Paul Azinger†
  • 1994 Nick Price
  • 1995 Steve Elkington†
  • 1996 Mark Brooks†
  • 1997 Davis Love III
  • 1998 Vijay Singh
  • 1999 Tiger Woods
  • 2000‡ Tiger Woods†
  • 2001 David Toms
  • 2002 Rich Beem
  • 2003 Shaun Micheel
  • 2004 Vijay Singh†
  • 2005 Phil Mickelson
  • 2006 Tiger Woods
  • 2007 Tiger Woods
  • 2008 Pádraig Harrington
  • 2009 Y. E. Yang
  • 2010 Martin Kaymer†
  • 2011 Keegan Bradley†
  • 2012 Rory McIlroy
  • 2013 Jason Dufner
  • 2014 Rory McIlroy
  • 2015 Jason Day
  • 2016 Jimmy Walker
† indicates the event was won in a playoff; ‡ indicates the event was won wire-to-wire
  • v
  • t
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World Golf Championships champions WGC-Championship
  • 1999 Tiger Woods†
  • 2000 Mike Weir
  • 2001 Cancelled
  • 2002 Tiger Woods
  • 2003 Tiger Woods
  • 2004 Ernie Els
  • 2005 Tiger Woods†
  • 2006 Tiger Woods
  • 2007 Tiger Woods
  • 2008 Geoff Ogilvy
  • 2009 Phil Mickelson
  • 2010 Ernie Els
  • 2011 Nick Watney
  • 2012 Justin Rose
  • 2013 Tiger Woods
  • 2014 Patrick Reed
  • 2015 Dustin Johnson
  • 2016 Adam Scott
  • 2017 Dustin Johnson
WGC-Match Play
  • 1999 Jeff Maggert
  • 2000 Darren Clarke
  • 2001 Steve Stricker
  • 2002 Kevin Sutherland
  • 2003 Tiger Woods
  • 2004 Tiger Woods
  • 2005 David Toms
  • 2006 Geoff Ogilvy
  • 2007 Henrik Stenson
  • 2008 Tiger Woods
  • 2009 Geoff Ogilvy
  • 2010 Ian Poulter
  • 2011 Luke Donald
  • 2012 Hunter Mahan
  • 2013 Matt Kuchar
  • 2014 Jason Day
  • 2015 Rory McIlroy
  • 2016 Jason Day
  • 2017 Dustin Johnson
WGC-Invitational
  • 1999 Tiger Woods
  • 2000 Tiger Woods
  • 2001 Tiger Woods†
  • 2002 Craig Parry
  • 2003 Darren Clarke
  • 2004 Stewart Cink
  • 2005 Tiger Woods
  • 2006 Tiger Woods†
  • 2007 Tiger Woods
  • 2008 Vijay Singh
  • 2009 Tiger Woods
  • 2010 Hunter Mahan
  • 2011 Adam Scott
  • 2012 Keegan Bradley
  • 2013 Tiger Woods
  • 2014 Rory McIlroy
  • 2015 Shane Lowry
  • 2016 Dustin Johnson
  • 2017 Hideki Matsuyama
WGC-Champions
  • 2009 Phil Mickelson
  • 2010 Francesco Molinari
  • 2011 Martin Kaymer
  • 2012 Ian Poulter
  • 2013 Dustin Johnson
  • 2014 Bubba Watson
  • 2015 Russell Knox
  • 2016 Hideki Matsuyama
WGC-World Cup
  • 2000 David Duval / Tiger Woods
  • 2001 Ernie Els / Retief Goosen
  • 2002 Toshimitsu Izawa / Shigeki Maruyama
  • 2003 Trevor Immelman / Rory Sabbatini
  • 2004 Paul Casey / Luke Donald
  • 2005 Stephen Dodd / Bradley Dredge
  • 2006 Bernhard Langer / Marcel Siem
  • No longer WGC event
† indicates the event was won in a playoff
  • v
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Players Championship champions
  • 1974 Jack Nicklaus
  • 1975 Al Geiberger
  • 1976 Jack Nicklaus
  • 1977 Mark Hayes
  • 1978 Jack Nicklaus
  • 1979 Lanny Wadkins
  • 1980 Lee Trevino
  • 1981 Raymond Floyd†
  • 1982 Jerry Pate
  • 1983 Hal Sutton
  • 1984 Fred Couples
  • 1985 Calvin Peete
  • 1986 John Mahaffey
  • 1987 Sandy Lyle†
  • 1988 Mark McCumber
  • 1989 Tom Kite
  • 1990 Jodie Mudd
  • 1991 Steve Elkington
  • 1992 Davis Love III
  • 1993 Nick Price
  • 1994 Greg Norman
  • 1995 Lee Janzen
  • 1996 Fred Couples
  • 1997 Steve Elkington
  • 1998 Justin Leonard
  • 1999 David Duval
  • 2000 Hal Sutton
  • 2001 Tiger Woods
  • 2002 Craig Perks
  • 2003 Davis Love III
  • 2004 Adam Scott
  • 2005 Fred Funk
  • 2006 Stephen Ames
  • 2007 Phil Mickelson
  • 2008 Sergio García†
  • 2009 Henrik Stenson
  • 2010 Tim Clark
  • 2011 K. J. Choi†
  • 2012 Matt Kuchar
  • 2013 Tiger Woods
  • 2014 Martin Kaymer
  • 2015 Rickie Fowler†
  • 2016 Jason Day
  • 2017 Kim Si-woo
† indicates the event was won in a playoff Jason Day in the Presidents Cup
  • v
  • t
  • e
International Presidents Cup team – 2011
  • Robert Allenby
  • Aaron Baddeley
  • K. J. Choi
  • Jason Day
  • Ernie Els
  • Retief Goosen
  • Ryo Ishikawa
  • Kim Kyung-tae
  • Geoff Ogilvy
  • Charl Schwartzel
  • Adam Scott
  • Yang Yong-eun
  • Greg Norman (non-playing captain)
Lost: 15 – 19
  • v
  • t
  • e
International Presidents Cup team – 2013
  • Ángel Cabrera
  • Jason Day
  • Brendon de Jonge
  • Graham DeLaet
  • Ernie Els
  • Branden Grace
  • Marc Leishman
  • Hideki Matsuyama
  • Louis Oosthuizen
  • Charl Schwartzel
  • Adam Scott
  • Richard Sterne
  • Nick Price (non-playing captain)
Lost: 15.5 – 18.5.
  • v
  • t
  • e
International Presidents Cup team – 2015
  • Bae Sang-moon
  • Steven Bowditch
  • Jason Day
  • Branden Grace
  • Thongchai Jaidee
  • Anirban Lahiri
  • Danny Lee
  • Marc Leishman
  • Hideki Matsuyama
  • Louis Oosthuizen
  • Charl Schwartzel
  • Adam Scott
  • Nick Price (non-playing captain)
Lost: 14.5 – 15.5


TaylorMade Spider Tour Right Hand Jason Day Putter, 34", Red
TaylorMade Spider Tour Right Hand Jason Day Putter, 34", Red
Created to meet the exact Specifications of Jason day and Dustin Johnson, spider Tour putters embody the clean look, stability, and pure roll technology demanded by the world's best.

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Jason Day Sports Poster Photo Limited Print Golf PGA Tour Champion Player Sexy Celebrity Athlete Size 27x40 #1
Jason Day Sports Poster Photo Limited Print Golf PGA Tour Champion Player Sexy Celebrity Athlete Size 27x40 #1
Jason Day Sports Poster Photo Limited Print Golf PGA Tour Champion Player Sexy Celebrity Athlete. High quality professional glossy photo poster for all occasions. Great for gift or for the home or office. Can easily be hung or framed. Several sizes available. Customer Satisfaction Guaranteed or return it for a full refund. PLEASE MAKE SURE SELLER ON THIS LISTING IS SHIPPING OUT OF USA OR POSTER WILL NOT BE AS DESCRIBED IN LISTING.

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SwingOil - Jason Day's Golf Supplement (12 pk) - Strawberry Banana
SwingOil - Jason Day's Golf Supplement (12 pk) - Strawberry Banana
Are you struggling to make a quick recovery after the game? Want to have a swing that the Golf Pros will be proud of? Swingoil is a breakthrough new product, made by golfers for golfers. It is designed to improve key facets of the game that every serious golfer aims to put to use at the golf course. The key ingredients of Taurine, Citrulline Malate, Ginseng Extract, Rhodiola Rosea Extract, Glucosamine, Chondroitin and Turmeric Extract, combine to enhance force, focus, fluidity and flexibility. It's the healthier alternative to the junk intakes which are sugar & caffeine heavy, that often undermine performance on the course, when they lead to sugar crashes or caffeine jitters. Buy one now and see for yourself why Pro Golfers from Jason Day to Gene Sauers swear by it by including it as part of their daily golf routine. THE ULTIMATE GOLFER's SUPPLEMENT.1. What areas of the game are this product designed to address? It aids in improving your strength, flexibility and focus. 2. Do professional golfers use Swingoil?Of course. 2015 PGA Championship winner Jason Day is swingOIL's main ambassador. Kenny Perry & Gene Sauers are among 50 other top PGA Champions Tour golfers who are Swingoil supporters. 3. What do the supplement's key ingredients do? The 7 key ingredients are useful in improving your game in different ways. - Taurine and Citrulline for strength - Ginseng and Rhodiola for focus - Glucosamine, Chondroitin and Turmeric for flexibility

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Jason Day Sports Poster Photo Limited Print Golf PGA Tour Champion Player Sexy Celebrity Athlete Size 24x36 #3
Jason Day Sports Poster Photo Limited Print Golf PGA Tour Champion Player Sexy Celebrity Athlete Size 24x36 #3
Jason Day Sports Poster Photo Limited Print Golf PGA Tour Champion Player Sexy Celebrity Athlete. High quality professional glossy photo poster for all occasions. Great for gift or for the home or office. Can easily be hung or framed. Several sizes available. Customer Satisfaction Guaranteed or return it for a full refund. PLEASE MAKE SURE SELLER ON THIS LISTING IS SHIPPING OUT OF USA OR POSTER WILL NOT BE AS DESCRIBED IN LISTING.

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Canvas Jason Voorhees Daypack Ladies Unique Side Zip Closure
Canvas Jason Voorhees Daypack Ladies Unique Side Zip Closure
Jason Voorhees Backpack Features Large Compartment With Side Zip Closure And Dual Zip Puller Which Is Convenient To Use And High Safety.

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adidas Men's 360 Traxion Boa Ftwwht/CB Golf Shoe, White, 13 M US
adidas Men's 360 Traxion Boa Ftwwht/CB Golf Shoe, White, 13 M US
The heart and soul of adidas® golf, this product features powerful designs, bold branding, and innovative technologies that take golf footwear to a whole new level.

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Swimmer's Snorkel Yellow
Swimmer's Snorkel Yellow
The Swimmer’s Snorkel allows swimmers the ability to focus on stroke technique without the interruption of turning your head to breath. Allowing for a full range of motion this tool can be used for all strokes. Relax in the water and maintain body alignment to improve stroke efficiency. Has a one-way purge valve that allows for clear and easy breathing

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adidas Men's Tech Response Ftwwht/Croy Golf Shoe, White, 10.5 M US
adidas Men's Tech Response Ftwwht/Croy Golf Shoe, White, 10.5 M US
Comfort + performance. Designed with materials that are durable, lightweight and extremely comfortable. Core performance delivers the perfect mix of fit, style and all-around performance.

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Hoffman Richter Stinger Tactical Pen and Survival Glass Breaker for Discreet Self Defense, Men, Women, Police, and Military with Titanium Coated Aluminum Body
Hoffman Richter Stinger Tactical Pen and Survival Glass Breaker for Discreet Self Defense, Men, Women, Police, and Military with Titanium Coated Aluminum Body
Here's The Coolest Pen You Will Ever Own Don't let the looks fool you. This isn't just another everyday pen. It is a devastatingly effective heavy duty tactical tool that can get you out of a bind! Best of all, this rugged, stylish lifesaving tool is strong enough to stand up to virtually ANYTHING you can throw at it and yet still tucks away neatly in your pocket, purse, or pack, and goes anywhere you do! Not only can you use it to jot down your "to do" list, but you can also use it to stop an attacker in his tracks or break glass in an emergency. • Titanium Coated Aluminum Body - An incredibly well-engineered piece of equipment, the Stinger Tactical Defensive Pen is hand machined from a block of solid aircraft-grade aluminum and milled to perfection, so it is both strong and durable, while still performing all the functions of a "normal" pen. The ultra-tough titanium coating ensures that it will last a lifetime (and we guarantee it!) • Replaceable Pen Cartridge - Your purchase today includes a high quality black pen cartridge...and when you're ready to replace the internal ballpoint cartridge, you can! • Doubles as a Self Defense Tool and a Glass Breaker - If the SHTF, put your thumb on the Force Multiplier flat cap and your pen transforms into a glass breaker or self defense tool to help protect or save you The bottom line is, getting a multifunction Hoffman Richter Stinger Tactical Pen is one of the smartest, discreet ways to make sure that you are never caught unprepared, no matter where you live or what you do. Quality manufacturing and unmatched customer service make Hoffman Richter your top choice. Rest easy, because the Stinger Tactical Pen is warranted against any defects. You are fully protected by the Hoffman Richter Lifetime GuaranteeBuy one today to make sure that no matter where you are, you're never without your Tactical Pen.

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