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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 187
Day finished tied for 20th in the 2014 Masters, so he has some points to defend there, but didn’t play for seven weeks post-Augusta, meaning that any points he earns in those weeks this time around will see him shoot further ahead of the field. In fact, in the 17 weeks following the 2014 Masters, he registered just one top 10 finish (a T4 at the US Open) in eight starts, including a missed cut at the Quicken Loans National and a withdrawal at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational. Spieth’s results over that same stretch were solid, if unspectacular, with five consecutive top 20 finishes between the Crowne Plaza Invitational and the John Deere Classic. And it’ll take a mighty performance to match his previous results beyond that, with his 2014 wins at the Australian Open and Hero World Challenge leading into that stunning 2015 period that took him to the top of world golf. What it all means is that an injury-free Day has the potential to cling onto the world No.1 ranking for the foreseeable future. Not that the man himself seemed to care after thumping Louis Oosthuizen in the final at Austin Country Club, just hours after seeing off Rory McIlroy in the semi-final. “I just want to win,” he said after doing exactly that in all seven of his matches throughout the week. “I wanted to win so bad that I felt with how I was playing, if I kept playing the way I was doing, I would be holding the trophy at the end of the week.” “That’s what kept me going.”
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