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          Jason Day
          Jason Day
          Jason Day
          AustraliaAustralia
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          Metric
          6  ft, 0  in
          183 cm
          Height
          195 lbs
          88 kg
          Weight
          32
          AGE
          2006
          Turned Pro
          Beaudesert, Queensland, Australia
          Birthplace
          6  ft, 0  in
          183 cm
          Height
          195 lbs
          88 kg
          Weight
          32
          AGE
          2006
          Turned Pro
          Beaudesert, Queensland, Australia
          Birthplace
          139
          FEDEXCUP Rank
          61
          FEDEXCUP Points
          OWGR37
          OWGR
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          Scoring Average
          Interviews Jason Day's interview after Round 1 of Dell Match Play Following a victory over James Hahn in his Round 1 match in the 2018 World Golf Championships - Dell Technologies Match Play, Jason Day talks about Austin Country Club and how it's a great place for match play.
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          Jason Day

          Full Name

          6  ft, 0  in

          183 cm

          Height

          195 lbs

          88 kg

          Weight

          November 12, 1987

          Birthday

          32

          AGE

          Beaudesert, Queensland, Australia

          Birthplace

          Forest Lake, Queensland, Australia; Columbus, Ohio

          Residence

          Wife, Ellie; Dash James, Lucy, Arrow Joseph

          Family

          2006

          Turned Pro

          45,916,231

          Career Earnings

          Brisbane, Australia

          City Plays From

        • Wells Fargo Championship: Won for the second time in the 2017-18 season at the Wells Fargo Championship, marking his third multiple-win season on the PGA TOUR. Converted a two-shot lead to a two-shot victory over Aaron Wise and Nick Watney. Marked his 12th career PGA TOUR title in his 220th career start. Returned to the tournament for the first time since 2012. Led the field in Strokes Gained: Around the Green and was 15 of 16 Sand Saves. After four bogeys, birdied Nos. 16 and 17 on "The Green Mile" at Quail Hollow Club en route to the win. Marked the seventh time he converted a 54-hole lead/co-lead (out of 14) on the PGA TOUR. Moved to No. 2 in the FedExCup standings.
        • AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am: In his first start since winning the Farmers Insurance Open, finished runner-up at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Entered the final round two shots off the lead and closed with a 70. Marked his fifth top-10 finish in 10 starts at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, where he has never missed a cut.
        • Farmers Insurance Open: Defeated Alex Noren in a six-hole playoff that extended to Monday, winning his second Farmers Insurance Open title and 11th career PGA TOUR victory. Started the final round three shots out of the lead and posted a 70 for a 10-under 278 tournament total. Played five extra holes Sunday with Noren, (Ryan Palmer was eliminated on the first playoff hole), then returned Monday to improve his playoff record to 2-1. Both his playoff wins came at the Farmers Insurance Open.
        • 2017 Season

          Advanced to the FedExCup Playoffs for the 10th consecutive time in his career, making it to the TOUR Championship for the seventh time and finished No. 18 in the FedExCup. Made 16 cuts in 20 starts for the season while posting five top-10 finishes, including two in FedExCup Playoffs events (T6/THE NORTHERN TRUST, 4/BMW Championship). Failed to win during the season, coming close at the AT&T Byron Nelson where he lost a playoff to Billy Horschel.

        • Genesis Open: Lost the World No. 1 ranking on February 20, 2017 following the Genesis Open, after a Dustin Johnson win (Day finished T64 at Riviera CC).
        • AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am: Bounced back from a 3-over 75 at Pebble Beach GL Saturday with a final-round 5-under 67 to finish T5 at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am (his first top-10 of the season). Marked his sixth top-15 finish in eight starts at the event, led by a T4 in 2015. In the final round, made an eagle on No. 14 and birdies on Nos. 17 and 18 to guarantee the top-10.
        • 2016 Season

          Advanced to the FedExCup Playoffs for the ninth consecutive time in his career, making it to the TOUR Championship for the sixth time. Entered the season finale in the No. 4 position on the FedExCup standings, but when he was forced to withdraw from East Lake with a back injury, which also forced him to withdraw from the BMW Championship, ended his season No. 6 in the FedExCup standings. Finishing No. 6 in the FedExCup standings, marked his third consecutive top-10 and fourth overall, in the FedExCup. Recorded 16 top-25 finishes from 20 starts. Of those, seven were top-five showings, including three wins, tying the most for the season. Accounted for the only two wire-to-wire wins in 2015-16.

        • Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by MasterCard: At 17-under 271, including rounds of 66-65-70-70, edged Kevin Chappell by one stroke to win the Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by MasterCard for his eighth career PGA TOUR win. Became just the fourth official wire-to-wire winner (no ties) of the event, joining Mike Nicolette (1983), Paul Azinger (1988) and Fred Couples (1992) and the first champion to hold at least a share of the lead after each round since Tiger Woods in 2002. The win, which came at age 28 years, 4 months, eight days in his 176th PGA TOUR start, propelled him from No. 121 to No. 18 in the FedExCup standings and from No. 3 to No. 2 in the Official World Golf Ranking. At the conclusion of the event, has played his last 190 holes on TOUR without a 3-putt, with his last coming on the ninth hole in the second round of the 2016 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Dominance on the greens included just 100 putts for the and a field-leading Strokes Gained - Putting stat of 14.853. The win came in his sixth start at Bay Hill (previous-best finish was T17 in 2015) and made him just the fifth international-born player, and second Australian to win the Arnold Palmer Invitational; Scotland's Martin Laird (2011), South Africa's Ernie Els (1998 and 2010), Australia's Rod Pampling (2006) and Vijay Singh of Fiji (2007).
        • Farmers Insurance Open: Won the Farmers Insurance Open with a par-3 on the second extra hole (No. 16) over J.B. Holmes. Defending champion Scott Stallings and Harris English were eliminated on the first extra hole. The playoff was the 16th at the Farmers Insurance Open and first since Brandt Snedeker defeated Kyle Stanley in 2012. The four-man playoff is the largest at the Farmers, topping three-man playoffs won by Tiger Woods in 2006, Phil Mickelson in 2001, and J.C. Snead in 1975. Won his first playoff in stroke play on TOUR after winning the 2014 World Golf Championships-Match Play Championship in a five-hole playoff. Also picked up his third career TOUR title at age 27 years, 2 months, 27 days in his 154th TOUR start. Became just the third international winner of the Farmers Insurance Open, joining Jose Maria Olazabal (2002) and Gary Player (1963).
        • 2015 Season

          Banner year included four victories in his last six PGA TOUR starts and five total on the season. Final two wins came in the FedExCup Playoffs and, as a result, overtook the world's No. 1 ranking after his win at the BMW Championship. Played 33 of his last 36 rounds of the season at par or better and 28 of the 36 with sub-par scores. In his last eight events on TOUR, dating to The Open Championship, combined for 103-under par. In his last nine starts of the season, amassed seven top-10 finishes, with four victories.

          2014 Season

          Season plagued by injuries, but still managed to make the cut in 14 of 15 starts. Recorded six top-10 finishes.

        • Farmers Insurance Open: Finished in a five-way T2 at the Farmers Insurance Open, one shot behind Scott Stallings' winning score of 9-under 279.
        • Northwestern Mutual World Challenge: Back in the U.S., finished T10 with Jim Furyk at the Northwestern Mutual World Challenge in his third consecutive start at Sherwood CC.
        • ISPS HANDA World Cup of Golf:
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        • 2013 Season

          Finished the season No. 17 in the FedExCup, with 21 made cuts in as many starts. Entered the Playoffs No. 108 in the FedExCup standings.

          2012 Season

          Finished the season No. 87 in the FedExCup standings, failing to advance to the BMW Championship for the first time since 2008.

          2011 Season

          Fourth full season on the PGA TOUR led to his second-best finish in the FedExCup (No. 12) and a career-high ninth-place finish on the TOUR money list. Finished the season with a career-best 10 top-10 finishes.

          2010 Season

          One of only three players to record top-10 finishes in the first two Playoff events, but failed to crack the top-15 in his final two events to finish No. 8 in the FedExCup standings.

          2009 Season

          Finished the season No. 48 in the FedExCup standings after playing in the first three PGA TOUR Playoff events.

          2008 Season

          Finished the season with six top-25 finishes in 28 TOUR starts.

          2007 Season

          Made the cut in 14 of 19 starts on the Korn Ferry Tour, with 10 top-25 outings. Finished the season No. 5 on the money list with $331,542. Was named the Tour's Player of the Month in July. Suffered a right wrist injury late in the season which forced him to sit out from early October till the end of the year.

          2006 Season

          Made seven previous starts on the PGA TOUR. Finished with five made cuts and $174,508 in earnings.

          2005 Season

          Made two European Tour starts, missing the cut in both tournaments on back-to-back weeks in February. On the Australasia Tour, best performance was a T13 at the MasterCard Masters in mid-December.

          1900 Season

          Amateur Highlights

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