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Bad Day at the office for Aussie hope


Jarrod Sierocki

Golf: A 6-over par 76 has seen Jason Day narrowly avoid the cut after the second round. The Aussie shot three bogeys on the front nine, but it was his final three holes that cost him.

Jason Day’s game deserted him on the second round of this year’s British Open.

JASON Day was too shattered to explain his implosion after spiralling out of British Open contention.

But the writing was on the wall even before he hit his very first tee shot at Royal Birkdale.

Day may have been spared missed cuts at successive major championships for the first time, but Australian fans shouldn’t expect the battling former world No. 1 to be a factor over the weekend.

Jarrod Sierocki

Jason Day’s game deserted him on the second round of this year’s British Open.Source:AFP

The 29-year-old arrived unusually late, had only two practice rounds and conceded he had been struggling for motivation since learning in March that his mother was facing the fight of her life.

Dening Day survived her cancer scare but her son admitted…

Read the full article at: http://www.news.com.au/sport/golf/british-open-2017-jason-day-spirals-out-of-contention-as-jordan-spieth-weathers-the-storm-to-lead/news-story/2e662a383154a275814433a3fd495059

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