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Recent Results

tournament date total score
US Open 21/06/2015 280
the Memorial Tournament 07/06/2015 144
The Players Championship 10/05/2015 150
Zurich Classic of New Orleans 26/04/2015 269
Masters Tournament 12/04/2015 287
Arnold Palmer Invitational 22/03/2015 279
WGC-Cadillac Championship 08/03/2015 291
AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am 15/02/2015 270
Farmers Insurance Open 08/02/2015 279
Sony Open in Hawaii 18/01/2015 270

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Jason Day is back in the top of the Official World Golf Rankings (OGWR) Top 10 this week following his victory at the Farmers Insurance Open last week.

By defeating Alex Noren in a six-hole playoff that concluded on Monday, Day jumped from 14th back to 10th in the OWGR rankings.  He wasn’t the only big name rejoining the top 10….

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One year, eight months and 15 days is a long time to go between golf tournament victories. Especially when you’re the former No. 1 player in the world.

Jason Day broke a 625-day slump to win the Farmers Insurance Open on the sixth hole of a playoff over Sweden’s Alex Noren Monday.

The playoff happened without spectators present, as the tournament had…

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The date was 20 September 2015 when Australian Jason Day took the No. 1 rank in the world of golf – joining Greg Norman and Adam Scott as the only Aussies to ever take the top spot.

He held it for just one week, engaged in a three-way dogfight with American Jordan Spieth and Northern Ireland’s Rory McIlroy for the…

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Young Cameron Davis blew away the field on Sunday with a 7-under 64 to race by former No. 1 Jason Day for the title at the Australian Open.

Just 22, Davis was 8 strokes behind Day entering the final round, but put together six birdies and an eagle to wind up at 11-under, one stroke ahead of Jonas Blixt and…

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The PGA’s reigning Player of the Year Justin Thomas lit the course up on Thursday with a 9-under 63 to lead the CJ Cup and Nine Bridges on Jeju Island, Korea by three strokes.

Thomas was a ho-hum 1-under through 11 holes, then put together one of the greatest closing stretches you’ll ever see on a golf course. He eagled…

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The United States has opened an 8-2 lead on the International Team though two days at the Presidents Cup.

The Americans went 4-0-1 to rack up 4.5 points to just 0.5 for the International squad. The US was up 3.5-1.5 after the first day of competition.

On Thursday, two of the US wins were as close to blowouts as you get…

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Jason Day won a new car with an ace, and promptly donated the money to charity. But even that hot finish couldn’t compared to the red-hot play of fellow Australian Marc Leishman.

Leishman followed up his 62 with a 64 to push his scorecard to 16-under through two rounds at the BMW Championship on Friday. The Aussie is 16-under, giving…

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Australia’s Marc Leishman scorched the field and the course on Day 1 of the BMW Championships, firing a 9-under 62 to take a 2-stroke lead on the first day of competition.

The field of 70 will be reduced to 30 at the end of the tournament, with those 30 moving on to the TOUR Championship next week in Atlanta.

“I hit…

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After blazing through the final 36 holes of the course to tie for the lead, Jason Day bogeyed the first hole of a playoff, giving the AT&T Byron Nelson tournament title to Billy Horschel,

It’s Horschel’s first win on the PGA Tour since the 2014 Tour Championship, which won him that year’s FedEx Cup title.

Horschel got emotional during his press…

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James Hahn fired his second straight 66 to take a one-stroke lead at the AT&T Byron Nelson on Saturday, even as a fleet of challengers, among them World No. 4 Jason Day, came flying up the leader board late on Saturday.

Hahn could have had a much larger lead if he had a couple of more inches to his game….

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