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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 159 - PGA Wrap
Before Jason Day broke through to win the 2015 PGA Championship, he endured a run of close calls at the majors... 2010 PGA CHAMPIONSHIP THE previous PGA Championship at Whistling Straits was Day’s first brush with major glory. He was just a shot behind leader, playing partner and eventual champion Martin Kaymer walking to the 9th tee on Sunday but made a disastrous double-bogey there and shot 1-over on the inward nine to miss the playoff by four strokes. 2011 MASTERS IN HIS Masters debut, Day shot 64 on Friday and birdied the 71st and 72nd holes to match countryman Adam Scott’s final score but both men were undone by Charl Schwartzel’s historic four-birdie finish and were left to share second place, two strokes behind. BRIDESMAID NO MORE T-10 2013 MASTERS THIS one stung most of all as Day held the lead with three holes to play at Augusta National but bogeyed the 16th and 17th to miss the Adam Scott/Angel Cabrera playoff by two shots. He had to settle for third, watching Adam Scott become the first Australian to don the green jacket. 3RD T-2 2011 US OPEN DAY never really had a chance at this one – who did with Rory McIlroy lapping the field by eight strokes to romp home? In all honesty, Day scrambled hard over the back nine at Congressional to nail down second place alone. 2ND
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