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Day eager to make amends

Day eager to make amends

2015 USPGA Championship winner Jason Day is desperate to end a poor season on a positive note by challenging at Quail Hollow this week. The 29-year-old Australian is winless in 2017, while he has failed to finish inside the top 20 in any of three Majors so far this year. However, Day is determined to try and be among the contenders in North Carolina this weekend, while admitting that his play for large parts of the season to date has been below the standard he expects.

He told AAP: "My short game has been pretty poor. My putting has been the same and that's added a little more pressure to the rest of my game. I feel like I'm starting to get back to the length that I had in 2015 (with the driver). That explosive power is coming back, which gives me confidence. I'm looking forward to this week because I'm starting to turn the corner. This has been a very, very poor year. But I've still got the PGA and there's four (FedEx Cup) play-offs events. I remember Rory McIlroy winning the FedEx Cup, coming off a year that probably he wouldn't think it was the greatest until the play-offs. You never know what's around the corner."

Day has been paired with Henrik Stenson and Dustin Johnson for the opening two rounds at Quail Hollow and is 15/8 to win their 1st round three-ball. Meanwhile, Day is 28/1 to be the top Australian and is 5/1 to secure a top-five finish.





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