Jason Day rolled in a putt from Midtown Manhattan at Bethpage Black on Sunday.
The world’s top-ranked player, Day, hit his approach shot to the back-right portion of the par-4 15th green during the final round of The Barclays, but a 71-foot putt with a crazy amount of break didn’t bother him.
As you can see in the video below, Day started his putt well right of the hole and had it slow down at the perfect spot on top of a ridge, which the ball then rolled down and into the middle of the cup for a birdie 3 and to move to eight under for the tournament. The putt vaulted Day to a tie for third and two just two strokes behind leader Patrick Reed.
Here he comes...— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) August 28, 2016
Jason Day is two back. https://t.co/NUhbbkrcZP