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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 233
The winner of two of the last three WGC Match Play tournaments, Day’s record in the format is about as good as it gets in recent years. The Aussie has a 22-8 career singles record, which looks even more imperious if you take out a horror 2015, when he went winless in four matches, including WGC and Presidents Cup losses against Zach Johnson. JASON DAY Match play was more of a thing when Jones was plying his trade in the 1920s. But that doesn’t lessen his achievement in winning six match play majors in seven years. When the US Amateur stood alongside the US Open for prestige, Jones won five of seven championships from 1924 to 1930. In 1924, he won the final 9 and 8 after humiliating Francis Ouimet in the semi-finals 11 and 10. He capped his Grand Slam in 1930 with a 9-and-8 win in the semis and an 8-and-7 victory in the final. After winning the Grand Slam, the 28-year- old retired and in all had won 13 majors decided in the match play format. BOBBY JONES HIGHLIGHTS OF DAY'S 2016 WGC MATCH PLAY WIN
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