Jason Day’s winless drought had recently reached five years – but his recent form suggested a return to the winner’s circle was near. He entered the week having made 13 of 16 cuts, good enough for 12 Top-25 finishes and seven Top-10 finishes so far. After three rounds, the Aussie had put himself within striking distance -- but he needed to go quite low in the final round to have a chance. During the Mother’s Day finish, Day turned in 32 and did not stop there. He added birdies at 10, 12, 14, and 15 to sit at eight-under-par for the day and 22-under-par for the tournament entering the final hole, where a birdie would essentially put the tournament out of reach for his challengers. 


Day was forced to layup on the par 5, leaving a wedge shot of roughly 80 yards for his third. His slightly-less-than-full swing was pure, and the ball stopped and trickled to two feet from the flag. The tap-in birdie capped a final-round 62 that vaulted him to the top of a crowded leaderboard.


Day does not have a club deal with a manufacturer, and thus has a unique mix of brands in the bag, including: