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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 152
S URELY Jason Day’s day is coming. It has to be, doesn’t it? The list of potential roadblocks that can stop someone from fulfilling their major dream is only so long, and if vertigo isn’t the final item on Day’s long list, then he may as well stop trying. The Australian clearly brought sublime form to the US Open, where he’s been the bridesmaid twice before. An opening 2-under 68 on a course that was openly and unashamedly hostile proved that he had the mettle to once again put himself in the frame for a title charge. But fate had other ideas. Again. Only this time it was his body – not a tearaway Rory McIlroy or a staunch Justin Rose – that prevented him from tasting US Open success. WORDS BY ADRIAN BALLANTYNE
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