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Topic - Jason Day
Jason Day has a cast on his left hand to immobilize his injured thumb and isn't expected to return to competition until The Players Championship in three weeks.
Billy Horschel won the Zurich Classic two weeks after the Masters last year, and thus became first on the list of players who earned their first trip to Augusta National. He just had no idea how long the list would grow.
Defending champion Adam Scott and his group tee off Thursday at 10:41 a.m. Scott is playing with Jason Dufner and U.S. Amateur champion Matthew Fitzpatrick.
As a child, Day would awake at 4 a.m. to watch the Masters Tournament. The 26-year Australian remains just as enthusiastic about the event.
Fuzzy Zoeller is the only living member of the most exclusive club in Augusta National history — rookie Masters Tournament winners. The time might be ripe for another one to join him.
Jason Day goes into the Masters coming off a big win. Trouble is, that was six weeks ago.
Jason Day has withdrawn from the Arnold Palmer Invitational because of an injured thumb.
The road to the Masters is just getting started, and already two players have combined to win five times on the PGA Tour. They're not Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson.
Match Play champion Jason Day of Australia has withdrawn from the Cadillac Championship because of a thumb injury.
Along with celebrating a World Golf Championship that took him to No. 4 in the world, Jason Day couldn't help but consider the rest of the young season and wonder just how much higher he could go.
“That’s a pretty tough one,” said Jason Day, who also parred it Sunday.
“I always wanted to be the first Australian to win it,” said Day, who owns six top-10 finishes in the majors the past four years.