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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 186
T HERE were some bizarre conversations happening around the office after Jason Day’s victory at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. There was this strange sense that despite the Australian having pocketed almost $US400,000 from just four events prior to last week, he had been in some sort of form gulch. Maybe that’s what happens when your formline prior to those four events reads: T9, T4, win, T12, win, win, T12, win, T10. Suddenly a T10, missed cut, T11 and T23 starts to look like underachievement. Day is famous for his focus. It’s well-worn knowledge that he visualises every single shot – from ball strike to flight path to landing – before swinging his club, and it’s a method that has quite clearly paid dividends. And after his win at Bay Hill, just a few weeks out from the tournament he wants more dearly than any other, his focus is now so sharp it could cut glass. DAY IS FAMOUS FOR HIS FOCUS. HE VISUALISES EVERY SINGLE SHOT – FROM BALL STRIKE TO FLIGHT PATH TO LANDING – BEFORE SWINGING HIS CLUB, AND IT’S A METHOD THAT HAS QUITE CLEARLY PAID DIVIDENDS.
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