Golf: Day Returns To Canada Where Magical Year Began
Zeeshan Mehtab Published July 21, 2016 | 11:05 AM
MONTREAL,(APP - UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 21st july,2016) - Australia's top-ranked Jason Day is back at the event where he launched the greatest year of his career and hoping to repeat as champion of the Canadian Open. The 28-year-old will be among the favorites at Glen Abbey in Oakville, Ontario, this week after edging two-time Masters winner Bubba Watson by a stroke there last year. That began a run of seven Day victories in 12 months, including his first major title at last year's PGA Championship, a crown he will try to defend next week at Baltusrol. "I would like to win everything from here on in," Day said Wednesday.
"You have just got to want it more than the next guy." Day, who has withdrawn from the Rio Olympics over Zika virus concerns, followed with triumphs at last year's Barclays and BMW Championships during the US PGA playoffs and three more titles this year at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, World Golf Championships Match Play and Players Championship.
And the BMW, Palmer and Players crowns were wire-to-wire victories. "I feel very confident right now," Day said. "I have been playing tremendous golf. I know if I can somehow keep winning, that takes care of everything."