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Jason Day

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THE PLAYERS Championship (2018)
#2. What a stunning performance by Day at Quail Hollow, picking up his second win of the season. He dominated with scrambling, hiding some of the glari... Read More
Wells Fargo Championship (2018)
#4. Even though Day won earlier since season at Torrey Pines, his statistical performance hasn't been good. He's especially struggled with his irons th... Read More
Masters Tournament (2018)
#10. Day went from under-the-radar to chalk and back to under-the-radar in just a few weeks. 2017 was disastrous for him, on and off the course, but he'... Read More
WGC - Dell Match Play (2018)
#3. There aren't too many players hotter than Jason Day right now. After winning Torrey Pines and finishing 2nd at Pebble Beach, he flashed some game l... Read More
Arnold Palmer Invitational (2018)
#3. Day has finished 2nd and 1st in his past two starts, so you know he's full of confidence. After a troubling 2017 on and off the course, Day seems h... Read More
AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am (2018)
#5. We've seen this story before. The injured Jason Day pulled out of the pro-am at the Farmers Insurance Open, only to go on and win the event. He's c... Read More
Farmers Insurance Open (2018)
#8. Jason Day slowly seems to be coming into form with a solid showing in the fall. he posted two 11th place finishes, including the WGC, and played we... Read More
Tour Championship (2017)
#7. Jason Day is so due for a win, and I finally see his game coming together. Although he's not my pick to win this week, I could see himm stealing th... Read More
EMC Championship (2017)
#4. If DJ doesn't win, Day is my pick. He's been trending towards a win all summer (per his caddie), and we've seen that show in his results. Day finis... Read More
The Northern Trust (2017)
#6. Jason Day finally seems to have found some form, and his caddie says a win is close. Day has won this event before, albeit at a different venue. He... Read More
PGA Championship (2017)
#9. Day is creeping back into form, with a 27th place finish at Royal Birkdale and a 24th place finish at the WGC-Bridgestone last weekend. He played w... Read More
WGC-Bridgestone Invitational (2017)
#10. Every week, Day is slipping further and further down my rankings. He's lacking some of the firepower and consistency that we saw last season, and s... Read More
The Open Championship�(British Open) (2017)
#16. What to do with Jason Day? He's immensely talented, but has been in very poor form this season, including missing his past two cuts. He's never mis... Read More
Travelers Championship (2017)
#4. Day imploded last week, mostly due to two triple bogeys in his opening round. His caddie/coach said a win is coming soon, but picking him last week... Read More
U.S. Open (2017)
#7. If we're using Chambers Bay and Whistling Straits as our comp courses, Jason Day should come to the forefront. Day won the 2015 PGA Championship at... Read More
The Memorial Tournament (2017)
#7. Day lives in Ohio these days, near his wife's family, so this is always a home game for him. Unfortunately, that hasn't translated to success. Day ... Read More
AT&T Byron Nelson (2017)
#3. Day hasn't played here in a few years, but his record at TPC Four Season reads 1st, 5th, 9th, and 27th.... Read More
The Players Championship (2017)
#11. The defending champion comes to TPC Sawgrass very quietly, mostly because he's not playing well. Day has struggled with illess (as usual), injury (... Read More
Masters Tournament (2017)
#7. Day is flying under the radar because of his recent form and off-the-course issues. His mother is battling lung cancer, and last we saw of him, he ... Read More
Arnold Palmer Invitational (2017)
#4. If he's healthy, Day is one of my favorite plays of the week. With that being said, I think he'll be more popular than we think. He's the defending... Read More
Genesis Open (2017)
#3. A strong Sunday propelled Day to a top-5 finish at Pebble Beach, which should give him plenty of confidence heading to Riviera. Although he has a v... Read More
AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am (2017)
#7. My concern with Day is how his back will hold up in the cold, rainy weather. He MC at Torrey Pines in similar conditions, but I'm willing to overlo... Read More
Farmers Insurance Open (2017)
#1. Day is my favorite to win this week, despite the concern about his "back injury." We're all too familiar with the ailing Jason Day. He missed the c... Read More
Tournament of Champions (2017)
#4. "Jason Day battling injury." Feels like we here this all year long with Day. I'm not sure what to make of it, but hopefully the past month of has h... Read More
TOUR Champ (2016)
#7. So, our friend Jason Day withdrew from the BMW on Sunday afternoon with a back injury. Did he do it to keep us off his scent? Who can tell? Prior to t... Read More
BMW Champ (2016)
#8. Day is first in my model this week (16th in SG:T2G, 1st in SG:P, 3rd in P5SA, 16th in P4E:400-450, 6th in P5E:500-550, 30th in SG:APP, 1st in Eff>200:... Read More
Deutsche Champ (2016)
#1. So Day battled another health issue last week (fatigue)? Say it ain't so. As per usual, it doesn’t seem to faze Day in the least as he picked up a T4.... Read More
Barclays (2016)
#1. The Aussie is second in my model for the week as he’s in the top 40 in every stat this week but GIR (66th) and DA (190th). Day comes in as the World N... Read More
PGA Champ (2016)
#3. Although Day won at the PGA Championship last year, he is a first timer at this course. That being said, we know that he is capable at winning anywher... Read More
RBC Canadian Open (2016)
#2. Jason Day is the defending champ here at Glen Abbey and could just as easily as Dustin, walk away with this tournament. While I do not expect it to be... Read More
The Open Champ (2016)
#2. Jason Day is still the number one golfer in the world and is coming into this week with some great form himself. He has four top 10 finishes including... Read More
World Golf Championships- Bridgestone Invitational (2016)
#1. Day is second in my statistical model as he’s in the top 50 in all categories we’re focused on this week. He’s finished in the top 15 in two of his s... Read More
US Open (2016)
#1. Day didn’t play here in 2007, but he has played in the last five U.S. Opens and finished in the top 10 in four of them missing only in 2012 at The Oly... Read More
Memorial Tourn (2016)
#7. Day missed the cut here last year (after missing at THE PLAYERS the week before) and has never had any success in seven starts as he hasn’t sniffed a ... Read More
#16. Day is only two for five in cuts made at TPC Sawgrass with a T6 in 2011 and T19 in 2013. He missed the cut last year going 69-81 and that 69 included... Read More
Zurich Classic (2016)
#2. Day has the second best statistical profile for the week which isn't too hard to fathom as he's part of the small upper class in this event. He finis... Read More
RBC Heritage (2016)
#1. The clear class of the field, Day comes off a “disappointing” T10 at the Masters last week. He’s played the tourney four times in the last eight years... Read More
The Masters (2016)
#4. Day is the odd Masters invitee who debuted well (T2 and solo third sandwiched around a withdrawal in his first three starts), but has slid back more r... Read More
Arnold Palmer Invitational (2016)
#7. Day doesn’t play too well in Florida so I am generally off him during the trip to the Sunshine State. The Aussie has made three of five cuts at Bay Hi... Read More
SGC-Cadillac (2016)
#15. Day’s profile fits nicely as he finished 2015 at third in driving distance and seventh in Par 5 scoring. However, he never had any success here – befo... Read More
ATT Pebble Beach Pro-Am (2016)
#6. Like Spieth, Day checks all of the boxes. His record here isn’t spotless like Spieth’s (Day has four top 15s, but did finish T64 two years ago). And l... Read More
Farmers Insurance Open (2016)
#1. There is some concern with Day as he withdrew from the pro-am "sick as a dog." So, watch the news over the next day or so. Day has only played once si... Read More
THE TOUR Champ (2015)
#1. The hottest golfer on the planet (three wins in his last four, four wins in his last six). The best statistical profile of all players here (second in... Read More
BMW Champ (2015)
#2. If you have any Jason Day left in Yahoo!, there isn't a reason to save them. He’s first in Birdie or Better: Percentage, seventh in SG:T2G and eighth ... Read More
Deutsche Bank (2015)
#2. Perhaps the only reason I’d stay away from Day is because he won last week. Back to back winners on Tour are rare, but I don’t see a reason to stay aw... Read More
The Barclays (2015)
#2. So, the first two golfers are the two with the best odds to win, eh? Yes, so? This is a week that it lines up that way as Day’s statistical profile is... Read More
PGA Champ (2015)
#3. Day is a favorite of mine and it seems that he’s back to full health after a scare at the U.S. Open. Since missing the cut at the Memorial, he’s gone ... Read More
World Golf Championships - Bridgestone Invitational (2015)
#2. Coming off his Win at the RBC Canadian, Day is a good bet to be in contention at Firestone this week. He ranks 2nd on Tour in Driving Distance, 1st in... Read More
US Open (2015)
#24. Day’s health is a question mark though one would assume he’s had time to heal. In a tournament like this with so many premium players, I’m not sure I’... Read More
Memorial Tourn (2015)
#10. Day withdrew last week with dizziness. If he’s healthy though, he has to be considered. Day lives in the Muirfield Village community. He’s four of six... Read More
PLAYERS Champ (2015)
#4. I dig Day. I mean I have a tough time not including him every single week he tees it up (and even some week’s when he doesn’t). Day missed out last ye... Read More
Zurich Classic (2015)
#3. Day hasn’t played here since 2009, but any time he’s on the course he’s on my radar. He’s been good this year with a win at the Farmers and no finish ... Read More
The Masters (2015)
#3. Day has two top three finishes in the last four years and his only non-top 20 finish was due to a withdrawal in 2012. He drives the ball well (ninth o... Read More
Arnold Palmer Invitational (2015)
#7. Day’s record here isn’t great with a T25 in 2010 being his best finish. He’s off his worst finish of 2015 (T31 at the Cadillac) which isn’t so terribl... Read More
WGC-Cadillac (2015)
#3. Sign me up. Day didn't play here last year and his course history isn't the best (only one top 20 in three appearances). However, he's got three to... Read More
Pebble Beach (2015)
#2. Day comes in off a vitory last week and is playing just about as well as any golfer outside of Rory McIlroy. Day struggled here last year (tie for... Read More
Farmers Insurance (2015)
#3. As I’ve stated previously, if he’s in a tourney, I almost have to recommend him. You’ll need to find some bargains elsewhere to balance your lineup (b... Read More
Sony Open (2015)
#1. If Day is in the field and healthy, he’s almost always at the top of the list. Day finished in a tie for third last week. He doesn’t have much of a tr... Read More
TOUR Championship (2014)
#12. Just when Day was looking healthy and performing well, a back injury forces him to withdraw from the BMW. He's played East Lake three times since 2010... Read More
BMW Championship (2014)
#3. Day has been reminding everyone just how good he can be when he's healthy, or at least close to it. Over his last three starts the Australian has plac... Read More
Deutsche Bank Championship (2014)
#4. A healthy Day is a totally different player, and a highly competitive one. In his last two appearances, Day was strong at the PGA until the final roun... Read More
The Barclays (2014)
#9. If healthy, Day is almost ways a threat. He finished T5 at Ridgewood back in 2010 and is coming off a T15 at the PGA. There's too many recent ailments... Read More
PGA Championship (2014)
#22. Day withdrew from Firestone last week early in the third round and has missed time this season with a thumb injury. He owns a pair of top-10s in four ... Read More
WGC - Bridgestone Invitational (2014)
#23. Day finished T4 at Firestone back in 2011, but has placed T29 and T53 the last two years. He missed the cut at the Quicken Loans National, citing a re... Read More
The Open Championship (2014)
#14. Last year at Muirfield, Day was T11 after three rounds, but went 6-over in the final to finish outside of the top 30. After missing the cut at Congres... Read More
AT&T National (2014)
#1. Day placed T8 at Congressional in 2012 and T9 back in 2010 prior to last year’s T21. He was also the runner-up in the 2011 U.S. Open (which was held a... Read More
Travelers Championship (2014)
#3. Day is coming off a T4 at the U.S. Open, just his sixth start of the season due to a thumb injury. His lone appearance at TPC River Highlands was back... Read More
U.S. Open Championship (2014)
#10. Day earned a share of second in last year’s U.S. Open and was the solo runner-up in 2011. He’s coming off a lackluster T37 at Memorial, Day’s first ap... Read More
the Memorial Tournament (2014)
#12. Day is looking to compete for the first time since a T20 at Augusta and taking time to mend an injured thumb. Muirfield isn’t the ideal venue for Day,... Read More
The Masters (2014)
#5. Day was stellar in his 2011 Augusta debut, finishing with a share of second place. An injury caused him to withdraw during the second round of 2012, b... Read More
WGC-Cadillac Championship (2014)
#14. Day is coming off a victory in the Match Play Championship and began his 2014 by earning a share of second at Torrey Pines. In between, he missed the ... Read More
AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am (2014)
#2. Day returned to Pebble Beach last year after skipping the event in 2011 and 2012. He notched a solo sixth, his second such result in four Pro-Ams. The... Read More
Farmers Insurance Open (2014)
#11. Day ended last year with a streak of six consecutive worldwide finishes inside the top 15. After a two-year layoff, he returned to Torrey Pines last y... Read More
TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola (2013)
#8. Day has finished T25 or better in four straight starts and is coming off a T4 at Conway Farms. He finished T6 at East Lake in 2011 and missed out on a... Read More
BMW Championship (2013)
#11. Day has been rock solid all season and heads to Conway with three straight top-25s. He's 12th in scoring average and 18th in All-Around Ranking. Day h... Read More
Deutsche Bank Championship (2013)
#11. Day has made 22 consecutive cuts and is capable of a solid (if unspectacular) performance most weeks. He blew an opportunity to win at TPC Boston in 2... Read More
The Barclays (2013)
#7. Day finished T12 at Liberty National in 2009 and is coming off a T8 at the PGA Championship. He’s made 22 consecutive cuts and has finished 32nd or be... Read More
PGA Championship (2013)
#22. Day finished a season-high T2 at the U.S. Open, but has fallen outside of the top 20 in three consecutive starts. Last week at Firestone he only manag... Read More
World Golf Championships - Bridgestone Invitational (2013)
#13. Day has made 19 straight cuts with seven finishes of 32nd or better over his last eight starts. He's recorded three straight top-30s at Firestone. ... Read More
The Open Championship (2013)
#10. Day hasn’t missed a cut this season and has shined in majors by finishing solo third in the Masters and T2 in the U.S. Open. He ranks 13th in scoring ... Read More
AT&T National (2013)
#3. Day clearly enjoyed the changes made to Congressional for the 2011 U.S. Open, where he finished as the lone runner-up eight strokes behind Rory McIlro... Read More
U.S. Open Championship (2013)
#17. Day hasn’t missed a cut in 11 stroke play events this season, but has just one top-20 since a solo third in the Masters. Day earned the runner-up spot... Read More
The Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide Insurance (2013)
#13. Day has made the cut in all 10 of his stroke play events this season. He’s played the Memorial each of the last four years, missing two cuts and in se... Read More
HP Byron Nelson Championship (2013)
#1. Day has been sharp throughout his three starts in the Byron Nelson. The run was started by a victory in 2010, followed by a solo fifth in 2011 and a T... Read More
THE PLAYERS Championship (2013)
#15. Day finished solo third in the Masters and is coming off a T30 at Harbour Town. In between missed cuts at Sawgrass, Day placed T6 in the 2011 edition ... Read More
RBC Heritage (2013)
#5. Skipped Hilton Head last year after a T9 in 2011. Hot once again following solo third in the Masters.

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Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard (2013)
#21. After starting the season with a pair of top-10s and a strong showing in match play, Day has finished outside of the top 30 each of the last two we... Read More
Tampa Bay Championship (2013)
#7. From 2008-11, Day missed two cuts at Copperhead and did not record a top-50 finish, but turned things around last year with T20. This season, Day ... Read More
World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship (2013)
#13. Day recorded a pair of finishes inside the top 10 in his first three starts of 2013 and is coming off a third-place performance in match play. Day, ma... Read More
The Honda Classic (2013)
#7. Over his last four starts, Day has finished inside the top 10 each time, including a third-place finish in match play. He has competed in the Honda tw... Read More
AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am (2013)
#13. After finishing T6 and T4 in the Pebble Beach Pro-Am in 2008-09, Day finished T46 the following year and hasn’t been back until this week. He’s making... Read More
Waste Management Phoenix Open (2013)
#20. Day has not suited up for this event since missing the cut in 2010. He's coming off a T9 last week at Torrey Pines.

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Farmers Insurance Open (2013)
#19. Day struggled in the second half of 2012, but managed a top-five in the Fall Series. He hasn't competed at Torrey Pines since 2010 when he missed c... Read More
PGA Championship (2012)
#23. Day has been all over the place this season, sprinkling in some top-10s with some otherwise unimpressive results. However, he played a strong final ro... Read More
World Golf Championships - Bridgestone Invitational (2012)
#16. Over his last half dozen starts, Day has been an all-or-nothing player. While he’s scored three top-10s, he’s also missed two cuts. Day finished T4 at... Read More
AT&T National (2012)
#8. After missing the cut at Congressional in 2008 and 2009, Day was sensational in the final two rounds of the 2011 U.S. Open where he finished solo seco... Read More
U.S. Open Championship (2012)
#27. Day finished solo second in last year’s U.S. Open, his first career start in the event. He was all over the place in the month of May with two top-10s... Read More
The Memorial Tournament (2012)
#19. In three career starts at the Memorial, Day has yet to record a top-25 finish. This season he’s scored two top-10s in his last three events, while mis... Read More
HP Byron Nelson Championship (2012)
#4. Since returning to action in May, Day has finished T9 at Quail Hollow and missed the cut last week at THE PLAYERS. He’s been excellent in the Nelson w... Read More
THE PLAYERS Championship (2012)
#22. Despite missing nearly a month of action due to an ankle injury that caused him to withdraw in the second round of the Masters, Day picked up his best... Read More
Wells Fargo Championship (2012)
#17. An ankle injury caused Day to withdraw from the second round of the Masters while he sat 5 over for the tournament. The Australian plans to return to ... Read More
The Masters (2012)
#12. In his first career start at Augusta, showing no signs of inexperience, Day finished with a share of second. This season the Australian has finished T... Read More
Transitions Championship (2012)
#16. Despite ranking as among the top players in the world, Day has failed to show it at this event. The Australian has played Copperhead each of the last ... Read More
World Golf Championships - Cadillac Championship (2012)
#24. Despite being a top player on the OWGR chart, Day finished T45 last year at Doral in his first career start at the site. He struggled mightily at Rivi... Read More
Northern Trust Open (2012)
#12. Following a share of second place at the Commercialbank Qatar Masters, a European Tour event, Day will compete in his first stateside event of 2012 th... Read More
THE TOUR Championship presented by Coca-Cola (2011)
#5. Last year at East Lake, Day was on track for a top-10 finish in his first ever career start at the site. He would fade to finish T17 after a round of ... Read More
BMW Championship (2011)
#6. Although he’s finished outside of the top-50 the last two years at Cog Hill, Day has been playing great golf lately. Over his last dozen stars, the Au... Read More
Deutsche Bank Championship (2011)
#7. After a poor showing at the PGA Championship, Day recovered to finish T13 last week at The Barclays. A year ago at TPC Boston, the Australian was lead... Read More
The Barclays (2011)
#6. After playing on an elite level from April through June, Day has taken a small step back. He struggled at the John Deere Classic, finished 30th at The... Read More
PGA Championship (2011)
#11. Since finishing T2 on the Masters, Day continues to play great golf. In his last nine starts, he owns four top-fives and two more top-10s. The Austral... Read More
World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational (2011)
#14. Since finishing with a share of second at the Masters, Day picked up four more top-10s in seven starts, highlighted by a runner-up result at the U.S. ... Read More
The Open Championship (2011)
#11. Day may be having one of the best seasons on the Tour this year and few will argue with his talent. It's been a long journey to reach the world's t... Read More
John Deere Classic (2011)
#2. We waste no time in reaching for potential rather than history on this TPC course for multiple reasons. For starters, few are as talented and touti... Read More
U.S. Open Championship (2011)
#19. There are several young gunners we want to wager on this week, just for the thrill of watching them continue their chase of fame. Day must be at or... Read More
HP Byron Nelson Championship (2011)
#4. The defending champ doesn't boast the momentum we had hoped would evolve at Colonial coming in, but he's still the defending champ and one of the m... Read More
Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial (2011)
#3. Day has become one of the best gambles in the game of fantasy golf, pushing a new level of performance to go with the power he's owned since Day 1.... Read More
THE PLAYERS Championship (2011)
#22. Since we've hit the portion of the rankings targeting young bashers, Day has transformed his game into form that should match nicely with the TPC S... Read More
The Heritage (2011)
#4. Day proved he can go low on this Hilton Head track last season and while it stands as one of few top finishes he's earned at this event, that finis... Read More
Shell Houston Open (2011)
#12. Day has been one of the most rewarding fantasy commodities on the Tour over the past two seasons and he continues to rise with top performances agains... Read More
Transitions Championship (2011)
#13. Any time Day is in the mix these days we want him in the rankings, but his ability to go long and chase this lengthy challenge at Innisbrook leads us ... Read More
World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship (2011)
#22. If we are wagering on momentum, it becomes difficult to keep Day off the list of potential roster candidates for this week. He's come into his own... Read More
Northern Trust Open (2011)
#28. Day has solidified respect as a young talent on the rise and his first two starts this season have gone well, but he has only one Riviera start on ... Read More