Jason Day wins 13th PGA Tour title

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May 15, 2023
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Jason Day closed with a flawless 62, tying his career-low final-round score, to reach 23-under and win his 13th PGA Tour title.

This victory came in the Australian's 106th start since his last win at the 2018 Wells Fargo Championship (5 years, 8 days ago).

"I don't know how to explain it. I came into the week after missing last week's cut, and I was kind of fed up with having to go over like a lot of technical thoughts with my swing. So I just decided I'm just going to go out and just try and play some golf.

"The first three days were great, and then I was really calm. I was saying earlier, I was really calm last night. I woke up, had a great sleep, and just things felt calm.

"For some reason, I just thought that I was going to win the tournament. It's easy to say that now because I won it, but that's just -- for some reason I just had this sort of calmness about it. I had a really good warmup this morning and felt good.

"It's weird because when you're playing golf and you're in the hunt or around the lead, sometimes there's moments in your round that you think, oh, it's kind of not my time. I really never had that thought at all this week, even in the last round. I was just kind of plodding along and got a couple early, which was nice, and just felt like you had to press, and funny enough, you have to shoot 9-under to try and win a tournament, which is kind of crazy because I do remember back in the day Charley Hoffman shot 9-under to beat me. It's nice to be able to finally do that and win one."

Day also won the AT&T Byron Nelson in 2010 and becomes the seventh player in tournament history with multiple titles joining Tom Watson (4), Sam Snead (3), Sergio Garcia (2), K.H. Lee (2), Bruce Lietzke (2) and Jack Nicklaus (2).

South Korea's Si Woo Kim carded a final-round 63 to finish T2 at 22-under alongside rookie Austin Eckroat (63).

"Everything was solid," said Eckroat. "I really felt like I played well enough to win. It's just hard to beat a guy that goes out and shoots 9-under. A lot of positives to build off of.

"All of us got off to a decent start, and then I looked on hole 9 and saw I don't know how many guys, but 10, 15 guys had a chance to win realistically, and it was crazy. I mean, you're just trying to get up there, and it was fun to get some separation at the end and see if you could get a chance to win, like I did, and it was a really fun battle on the back nine.

"This was a success for sure. I played four great rounds, got off to a terrible start on Thursday and just battled back. Yeah, it was a successful week for sure. Hopefully next time I get it done."

Taiwan's C.T. Pan carded a career-low 62 to finish solo-fourth, his best result since the 2021 Honda Classic (T3).

World No. 2 and Dallas resident Scottie Scheffler closed with a 64 for a share of fifth place at 20-under, his 12th consecutive result of T12 or better.

England's Tyrrell Hatton (65) and China's Zecheng Dou (64) also finished T5.

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1Jason Day-2364696662261
T2Si Woo Kim-2265666863262
T2Austin Eckroat-2269656365262
4C.T. Pan-2167666862263
T5Scottie Scheffler-2064647165264
T5Tyrrell Hatton-2068676564264
T5Zecheng Dou-2063706467264
T8Adam Scott-1963716863265
T8Vincent Norrman-1968666566265
T8Ryan Palmer-1964656868265
T11Stephan Jaeger-1867716563266
T11Kevin Tway-1866716663266
T11Richy Werenski-1864686866266
T14Peter Kuest-1770676763267
T14Mackenzie Hughes-1765647365267
T14Byeong Hun An-1767676865267
T14Carson Young-1770686366267
T14Sung Kang-1766686667267
T19Seamus Power-1669666964268
T19Doug Ghim-1665706964268
T19Scott Piercy-1664696966268
T19Joseph Bramlett-1668676766268
T23Eric Cole-1566687065269
T23Trevor Cone-1567686965269
T23Hideki Matsuyama-1566677066269
T23Nate Lashley-1567706864269
T23Brandon Wu-1570686764269
T23Christiaan Bezuidenhout-1568696666269
T23Aaron Baddeley-1571656667269
T30Matthew NeSmith-1468696766270
T30Garrick Higgo-1469686865270
T30Doc Redman-1465697165270
T30Patton Kizzire-1466706470270
T34Adam Hadwin-1367706767271
T34Martin Laird-1372666667271
T34Tommy Gainey-1369686767271
T34Stewart Cink-1373656667271
T34Augusto Núñez-1366706966271
T34Luke List-1364727065271
T34Tom Kim-1371666965271
T34Henrik Norlander-1366676969271
T34Sam Stevens-1365686969271
T43Jonathan Byrd-1270686668272
T43Satoshi Kodaira-1268706668272
T43Matt Kuchar-1267686968272
T43Tom Hoge-1267696967272
T43Justin Lower-1266706868272
T43Robby Shelton-1270676669272
T43Sangmoon Bae-1266686870272
T50Cameron Champ-1170686669273
T50Ryan Armour-1171666769273
T50Taylor Montgomery-1171666670273
T50Chris Stroud-1168686770273
T50Chad Ramey-1166716967273
T50K.H. Lee-1170686867273
T50Adam Long-1171657166273
T50Scott Harrington-1168686671273
T50Tano Goya-1169687066273
T50Harrison Endycott-1169647466273
T50James Hahn-1167696671273
T50Sean O'Hair-1165696772273
T50S.H. Kim-1166687465273
T50Aaron Wise-1168707164273
T64William McGirt-1071657167274
T64Ryan Brehm-1069687166274
T64Parker Coody-1069677464274
T67David Micheluzzi-965736770275
T67Robert Streb-968706968275
T67Andrew Novak-966727067275
T70Greg Chalmers-869657369276
T70Jim Herman-867717068276
T70Will Gordon-869677367276
T70Davis Thompson-872667167276
T74Bill Haas-768696872277
T74Jimmy Walker-769667270277
T74S.Y. Noh-760747370277
T77Brice Garnett-667716773278
T77Fabián Gómez-668707367278
T79Roger Sloan-468687074280
T79Lucas Glover-472667072280
T79Vince Whaley-473657171280
T79Kelly Kraft-469677767280
T83Brent Grant-368706974281
T83Harry Hall-367707470281
CUTDavis Riley-36772--139
CUTDylan Frittelli-37069--139
CUTDylan Wu-36673--139
CUTMichael Gligic-36970--139
CUTAustin Cook-36871--139
CUTGreyson Sigg-36772--139
CUTCharley Hoffman-37069--139
CUTDavid Lipsky-37168--139
CUTAdam Schenk-36871--139
CUTMatthias Schwab-36970--139
CUTKevin Roy-36970--139
CUTBen Griffin-27268--140
CUTTed Potter, Jr.-27268--140
CUTD.J. Trahan-27268--140
CUTMaverick McNealy-27268--140
CUTGrayson Murray-27169--140
CUTTyson Alexander-26773--140
CUTAaron Rai-27169--140
CUTRyan Moore-26971--140
CUTRussell Knox-17170--141
CUTJonas Blixt-17368--141
CUTTaylor Bibbs-17467--141
CUTMac Meissner-17170--141
CUTAustin Smotherman-17170--141
CUTBo Van Pelt-17269--141
CUTKevin Chappell-16972--141
CUTLogan McCracken-17368--141
CUTBobby Massa(a)-16972--141
CUTKyle StanleyPar7171--142
CUTRobert GarrigusPar6973--142
CUTErik van RooyenPar7171--142
CUTScott BrownPar6874--142
CUTTrey MullinaxPar7171--142
CUTBrian StuardPar7468--142
CUTChesson HadleyPar6775--142
CUTJustin SuhPar6874--142
CUTKevin StadlerPar7369--142
CUTJ.J. KilleenPar7270--142
CUTHarry Higgs+16974--143
CUTCameron Percy+16974--143
CUTMartin Trainer+17172--143
CUTGeorge McNeill+17172--143
CUTCody Gribble+17073--143
CUTPierceson Coody+16875--143
CUTTyler Duncan+17073--143
CUTScott Stallings+17073--143
CUTMichael Kim+16974--143
CUTWesley Bryan+16974--143
CUTGeoff Ogilvy+17073--143
CUTTrevor Werbylo+27173--144
CUTMin Woo Lee+26975--144
CUTNick Watney+27272--144
CUTMax McGreevy+37273--145
CUTJason Dufner+37174--145
CUTKyle Westmoreland+37075--145
CUTCarl Yuan+37075--145
CUTRicky Barnes+47373--146
CUTBrandon Matthews+47373--146
CUTKramer Hickok+47274--146
CUTMJ Daffue+47373--146
CUTMatti Schmid+47373--146
CUTBen Crane+57473--147
CUTAndrew Landry+57572--147
CUTRyan Gerard+57176--147
CUTJeffrey Kang+57671--147
CUTPaul Haley II+57275--147
CUTTroy Merritt+67474--148
CUTD.A. Points+67276--148
CUTDerek Ernst+87872--150
CUTWilliam Knauth(a)+87971--150
CUTRichard S. Johnson+118073--153
CUTDerek Lamely+117479--153
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