Jason Day wins the Wells Fargo Championship

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"That was awesome to watch and hopefully I could pass that along in my game today". He finished at 12-under 272.

He won the Players back in 2016 and now has to be one of the favorites to win it again. Watney made a 59-foot birdie putt on the last hole for a 69 and his best finish in three years. After opening with 69-68-69, the 40-year-old began T3, three back.

It is only two years since Day was dominating the game, but he slightly lost his way and surrendered the spotlight. At the time, Day ranked 106th in greens in regulation at was not happy with either the trajectory or spin rate of his previous set. He will be in the final group for the first time in almost four years as he tries to win for the first time since a back injury two years ago. His final-round 74 was his first score over par in 12 weekend rounds this year. You've got to give time to people and sometimes you don't get a lot of time to yourself.

The main takeaway? The scoring battle is closer than you might think.

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The good news for him, despite a T54 finish at the Wells Fargo Championship, is that he finished in the top eight in strokes gained tee to green, which is paramount at Sawgrass.

Englishman Paul Casey also sits on seven under after recovering from two early bogeys to add two birdies and a eagle for a two-under 71. "And he's a great putter". "I'm driving it better than I ever have before in my career. So he's got strengths in all the areas that he needs". Day pumped his fist and cheered on his playing partner before he rolled in the winning putt.

"I think I need obviously to do some practicing with my putter, work on it just a little bit, " Woods said.

Mickelson opened with two bogeys, failing to capitalize on the momentum from his third-round 64. It left him a blind shot, but without pines in his way.

It wasn't such a good day for Tiger Woods. In fact, for the better part of the last two decades the top ranking was something of an afterthought, the byproduct of Tiger Woods' stranglehold on the top spot. Then Wise tried to cut a 7-iron and went too far right, forcing him to make a tough pitch out of the rough, with water just beyond the green. "The chances I did have, I missed them all. It was just a bad week".

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