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

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

Park rockets up leaderboard at women's British Open

  Park rockets up leaderboard at women's British Open South Korea's Inbee Park rocketed up the women's British Open leaderboard with eight birdies in a superb third-round 64 at Kingsbarns on Saturday -- moving to within a stroke of overnight leader In-Kyung Kim on 10 under. Park narrowly missed a long birdie putt on the 18th that would have put her in the joint lead before her compatriot had even teed off for he third round on the Scottish course.The 29-year-old Olympic champion, bidding for a second British Open title after her 2015 triumph, began the day at two under and birdied her opening two holes.

Day eventually took the shot just a couple feet from a number of port-o-johns, a fitting image for the stench surrounding his decision- making on this hole . Jason Day takes his fourth shot on the 18 th #PGAChamp

Twitter will use this to make your timeline better. Undo. Frank Martin (@FrankMartin_SC) couldn’t have said it any better. Here’s a clip from his presser where he talks about parents coaching from the stands. ( : @thestate)

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'

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Fowler makes his third in a row to get to four under, and Justin Thomas holes a long one at the ninth to get to six under, one shot back of Matsuyama. The last time we saw Jason Day , he was making a mess of the 18 th hole on Saturday.

Jason Day watches his tee shot on the 6th en route to a 67 in the third round of the Wells Fargo Championship. Photograph: Chuck Burton/AP. He had five birdies over the last 10 holes , and he made a daring par on the 18 th .

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