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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 194
He got up and down 85 per cent of the time over the four days – the best of any player at the tournament. After his seven PGA Tour victories in 10 months, almost every commentator and news outlet has rushed to make comparisons between Day and Tiger Woods. On numbers alone, it’s still a ridiculous comparison. There are 69 PGA Tour victories – including a boatload of majors – between them for starters. Instead, the most obvious parallels between the two go beyond numbers and statistical comparisons. It’s more about those little tingles and feelings that resonate while watching them. When Tiger stood over a putt at any significant moment throughout his career, you just knew it was going in. Day might not have Woods’ career numbers yet, but when it comes to finding that hole when the pressure is on, there have been few better. E
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