Jason Day close again, ties for 2nd at US Open

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All of which means he’s still 14 victories behind Tiger Woods when it comes to majors. Day ended his remarks by referencing the world’s No. 1 player.

“You got to understand that, late Sunday of a U.S. Open _ and U.S. Open courses are very hard _ you can’t do anything but kind of grind (it) out,” Day said. “Like Tiger said at the start of the week, you just got to keep grinding those 10 footers and just grind away. So I was happy with how I played.”

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