Pro Golfers Know Working on Short Game Goes a Long Way

Pro Golfers Know Working on Short Game Goes a Long Way

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Jason Day lining up a putt at the Memorial Tournament, where he was in the hunt.

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Brian Spurlock/USA Today Sports, via Reuters

DUBLIN, Ohio — Jason Day’s long and winding road to the world No. 1 ranking began with him circumventing the short-game practice area at his boarding school in Australia. Defying the orders of his instructor, Colin Swatton, Day chose to play a par-3 course over working on his chipping and putting, leading to a loud row with Swatton that Day paved over with a public apology.

Lesson learned. Fifteen years later, Day possesses one of the best short…



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