Jason Day’s Year in Golf 2016

Jason Day is in first place in the official world golf ranking. He has hit the golf scene like a tornado, and after looking at Jason Day’s statistics, it is easy to understand why. Whether he is playing golf in South Florida or in Scotland, he is a great dominator.

For the year 2016, Jason Day’s statistics are impressive.

Early in 2016, he played golf in South Florida at the Arnold Palmer Invitation, in which he won. Day then went on to take the title for the WGC-Dell Match Play and the Players Championship. His second place spot in the PGA Championship may have been a disappointment for some who believed he would win, but most golf fans agree that he is in contention to win the PGA title next year.

There are a lot of golf fans who feel as if there is a void in the sport caused by the indefinite hiatus of Tiger Woods. No one is sure who will take his place as the next great ambassador of golf, but the truth is there will likely never be a golfer as great as Woods. However, Jason Day is making a big impact on the sport, and he is just as entraining to watch as the legendary Woods.

The golf community expects big things from Jason Day, in which he is likely to deliver.

Jason Day’s Statistics Overall:

World Golf Rank: 1

Scoring Average: 69.2 handicap

Driving Range: 303.4 ft.

Putting: 1.154 (making him the current best short game golfer)

PGA Tour Wins: 10

PGA Top 10 Finishes: 57