"It's more frustrating for me because just coming off the win at the Match Play, I was playing some pretty good golf," he said. "It was trending in the right direction going into Doral and the Florida Swing there. Just something so small, it's so frustrating, because everything else is fine. But you need your hands to grip the golf club, and every time it hurt when I swung the golf club. I would kind of flinch at impact, and you just can't compete against the best players in the world doing that."
"My goal is obviously to be able to get to No. 1 one day and to have a green jacket, and I can do that in one week. That's exciting stuff for me," Day said. "Because I know that there's been a lot of hard work and dedication that I've put into the game for many, many years, and it could all pay off in one week."