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entertain those thoughts. “I’m pretty much going there not even thinking about the FedEx Cup, just thinking about trying to win the tournament,” Leishman said. “It’s basically zero that I’m going to win the FedEx Cup, but there’s still $9 million and a trophy at the end of the week. I’m going to go there and have the best week I can have, try and walk away with a trophy, and hopefully Cam can play good and walk away with the FedEx Cup.” Day, who is 12th in the standings, remains confident he can become the first Australian to win the Cup since its inception in 2007. The former World No.1 hasn’t produced his best golf during this season’s playoffs (his T20 at The Northern Trust is his best result to date). But he finished runner-up to Jordan Spieth in the 2015 FedEx Cup and certainly knows what it takes to succeed in the postseason. “It’s definitely realistic; you can catch fire,” Day said prior to the BMW Championship. “Sometimes, all it takes is one moment to spark you and ignite that flame.” COVER STORY SUBSCRIBE TODAY and receive either a 2019 valued at $998 each! R DIARY CALENDA Sometimes, all it takes is one moment to spark you and ignite that flame. – JASON DAY
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