Jason Day three-putted the first playoff hole at the Byron Nelson to ruin an opportunity to end a one-year winless drought. But he still pulled off one spectacular shot on Sunday.
Tied for the lead on the 15th hole, Day faced a tricky downhill pitch shot — from 78 feet — from the rough behind a greenside bunker. The former No. 1 seized the lead when his shot found the cup for an improbable birdie. Here it is:
Making birdie from THERE? Ridiculous!
— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) May 21, 2017
When you’re hot, you’re hot. It was Day’s second highlight-reel shot of the weekend. On Saturday he drained a ridiculous 60-foot putt on the 17th hole for birdie.