From GolfDigest.com Staff
Few golfers are able to summon their best golf when the stakes are highest, but Jason Day has made a habit of it. The 25-year-old Australian has just one win on the PGA Tour, but boasts five top 10s in major championships, including two this year.
It’s a reason many believe Day, who turned pro at 17, is a future major champion, and why he’s featured this month on the cover of Golf Digest. In this behind-the-scenes video of his September cover shoot, Day discusses his career path, and why he feels like there’s plenty of room for growth.
“I still feel like there’s so much more to be learned in my game,” Day told us. “As the years go on, hopefully I keep improving and moving up.”
For more from Day, including his cover story and video on “Simple Power,” download the September issue of Golf Digest, available now on your tablet.
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