Jason Day’s Arduous Journey Back To Victory Amid All The Personal Struggles

Jason Day

Australian wins AT&T Byron Nelson for 1st tour title after 2018 McKinney– Jason Day only had three feet to go. He had a lot of ideas racing through his head as he stood on the eighteenth field. What did he miss was the first question that crossed his mind

It is although difficult to blame Jason Day since over the past few years it seemed as if everything was going against him despite his best efforts. Every time something seemed to be going well, something else came along to push him down. Anytime Day believed he had taken a significant step toward regaining the form of the match that had propelled him to the world of golf heights, another obstacle would eventually appear, whether it was crippling back pain, infrequent episodes of vertigo, or his mother’s health.

Jason Day’s Well-Deserved And Hard-Earned Victory

Thus, he still wasn’t fully aware that his protracted journey back had finally resulted in a victory when he sat patiently in the office on Sunday night only hundred approximately 100 yards from the spot where he made that short putt on the eighteenth to win the AT&T Byron Nelson by one stroke. Jason Day ended with a 9-below 62, finishing without a bogey, to defeat Austin Eckroat and Si W Kim by a single stroke. At TPC Ranch south of Dallas, he recorded a 23-under total score.

It was pointless to speculate about Jason Day’s expectations of winning again. The Australian golfer, 35, pondered for long if he may ever be able to play professionally once more. Those ideas first came to mind when Day’s back problems were at their worst a couple of years ago. To fulfill the requirements of his contract, he discovered himself simply going along with the motions and marking off a random number of activities. 

His victory did not come easy, it was a hard-earned but well-deserved win.