Here’s a storyline we competence have missed Friday night: Jason Day got to nap in on Saturday morning.
It sounds silly, yet it’s indeed utterly critical for pros. And he has Dustin Johnson to thank.
Due to Friday’s sleet delay, groups from a afternoon call were hustling to finish before dark so they didn’t have to lapse to a march early in a morning. That’s because DJ briskly walked to a 18th tee while personification partners Henrik Stenson and Day were still on a 17th green. Since Johnson teed off on 18 before a horn blew to stop play, his organisation was authorised to finish a hole.
Day was so happy he hugged DJ walking down a 18th fairway.
“I only walked adult to him and said, ‘That’s a biggest, or many purchase thing I’ve ever seen anyone do for me,'” Day said, laughing. “I had to give him a cuddle for it. He was happy, as well. Obviously to be means to finish and not have to arise adult during 5:30 (Saturday), get some rest. Because it is prohibited out there and it does take it out of you, even yet we are waking adult early, we don’t feel like it did, yet it unequivocally does. To be means to get that additional nap and relax a small bit in a afternoon; it goes for Henrik, and Dustin, as well.”
Day, during 6 underneath and dual off a lead, is in a final organisation Saturday, teeing off during 2 p.m. Stenson (two over) tees off during 11:40 a.m., and Johnson (two over) is during 11:50 a.m. Will a additional rest compensate off? We will see.
DJ gives Jason Day a present of sleep pic.twitter.com/MJqLkws1nL
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