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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 178
CONTACT +64 9 917 1588 OR SELECTED PRO SHOPS AND STOCKISTS WWW.ONCOREGOLFOCEANIA.COM If it was a relieved Day who walked away from Torrey Pines last year, this time around it was a relaxed one who fronted the media ahead of his title defence. The world No.2 is attempting a different preparation this year, having played only the Hyundai Tournament of Champions so far in the 2016 season. At the same stage last year, he’d already put four results in the bank and knew he was playing some tidy golf. But if Day is concerned about being underdone early this PGA Tour season, he isn’t showing it. “I am (staying) at the Vintage Club. I can practise every day. It is usually 75 degrees and no wind. Hard not to like that,” he said. The Queenslander dutifully answered more questions about the moment NBA star LeBron James fell on his wife while they sat courtside at a game last month, which wasn’t dissimilar to an injury he caused to a fan exactly a year ago. “I hit a 10-year-old boy with a drive here last year,” Day said. “The ball went over the adults and hit the shorter boy in the crowd. He was bleeding and crying and I felt terrible. I was shook up. We sent him stuff and I was happy when he was OK.” Whether Day’s slow build into the 2016 season yields the calibre of results that he achieved in 2015 remains to be seen, but the next time he starts talking goals and motivations, you might be well advised to hustle down to your nearest betting agency. GA
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