…he comes back with his fourth flawless victory. Yes, Jason Day does it again at the Barclays with a 62, putting him ahead of runner-up Henrik Stenson by six remarkable strokes. While he’ll be bringing home that much coveted FedEx Cup, he won’t be resting on his laurels.
“I’m not going to say in the future it’s going to by like this all the time, because it’s very difficult to win”. He attributes his winning streak to “…not being OK with OK. To be able to really get to a certain number, then go, OK, I need to go one more”. There are some clear downsides to never being happy with where you are, of course, but it’s serving Day well for now. Will he be restless enough to contend with Rory McIlroy for his Number 1 crown at the upcoming Deutsche Bank Championship? And if he does, will he be satisfied even then? Tough questions indeed.