With a consistency few professionals have shown in the past, Jason Day is establishing himself as the man to beat at every event he tees up in. His astonishing recent record of 7 wins from his last 17 starts, including The Players Championship a week ago, has put the golfing world on notice that he is a man at the top of his game and one who plans to stay number one in the world for some time.
Day’s drive and determination are becoming increasingly apparent to those who have watched him over his years on the PGA Tour. His focus and mental toughness are enviable and his ability to come back from adversity and to put bad shots and tough breaks behind him is similar to some of the greats of the game such as Nicklaus, Woods and Palmer.
There is no doubt that Day also wants to be referred to as one of history’s greatest players. He referred to victory at the Player’s as a necessity to be inducted into Golf’s Hall of Fame and he obviously has his eyes set on many more regular tour and major victories. His standing as a player is matched by his straight talking and direct manner which has seen him become a favourite with media, fans and fellow players.
Greg Norman and Adam Scott have long been revered as two of Australia’s greatest players but one senses that Jason Day would like nothing more than to go down as this country’s best ever.
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