Sport Not his Day: Jason makes absolute mess of 18th hole

04:45  13 august  2017
04:45  13 august  2017 Source:   theScore

Kisner leads Stroud by 1 at PGA, Day falters

  Kisner leads Stroud by 1 at PGA, Day falters Kisner leads Stroud by 1 at PGA, Day faltersKisner had a two-shot lead with three holes to play when he hit a shot into the water on the 16th hole and made double bogey. Then, he pulled his approach on the 18th and got the break of the tournament. The ball bounced off a concrete bridge into the rough, allowing him to escape with bogey.

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As he cruised along at 4-under par for the tournament, it appeared Jason Day would have a chance for the third straight year to win the PGA Championship.

Then, the 2015 winner lost his mind on the 18th hole at Quail Hollow, walking off with a quadruple-bogey 8 and effectively ending his chances in Sunday's final round.

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So how does a player of Day's pedigree balloon to such an awful number?

Let's take a look:

'You are kidding me'

Simpson: 'Setup has been too tough for a PGA'

  Simpson: 'Setup has been too tough for a PGA' Much was made of the renovations to Quail Hollow in the run-up to the 99th PGA Championship, which made the course more difficult. The PGA of America then increased the difficulty even more with a tough course setup this week. PGA Tour player and Quail Hollow member Webb Simpson is not a fan.Simpson, who likely sees the course more than any of his professional contemporaries, said, "The setup has been too tough for a PGA, to be honest." This came after Simpson singled out the pin location on the 18th hole."18, we have got a pin six yards on the green.

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