Almost as stunning as Victor Dubuisson pulling off miracle shot after miracle shot to keep extending the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship on Sunday, it was hard to fathom that Jason Day's eventual victory was just his second on the PGA Tour. He'll jump to a career-best No. 4 in the world, a remarkably high standing with so few victories. But he's been in contention in every major the past few years, right?
Yes and no. First, Day captured the 2010 Byron Nelson as a 22-year-old. Then in 2011, the Aussie ...
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