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Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Farmers Insurence Open 2018: Jason Day defeats the Alex Noren on the 6th playoff hole.

Farmers Insurence Open 2018: Jason Day defeats the Alex Noren on the 6th playoff hole.

The Australian former world No1 ended a 20-month period without out a single win on the US PGA Tour, when he defeated Sweden’s Alex Noren on the sixth playoff hole at the Farmers Insurance Open 2018 on Monday.

The Farmers Insurance Open is a professional golf tournament on the PGA Tour, played in the San Diego, California, and on the
 Torrey Pines Golf Course, the area in the early part of the season known as the "West Coast Swing".  

2018 Farmers Insurence Open, Jason Day, Alex Noren  sixth playoff hole, prize fund, leaderboard.
Farmers Insurence Open 2018

The American - who completed close by Day and Swede Noren on 10 under - left with a standard at the main playoff gap.

At the point when play continued on Monday, a birdie on the 6th additional opening gave Day his eleventh PGA Tour title - and first since winning the Players Championship in May 2016.

Jason says the drive to come back to top shape was quickened by blowing the 54-gap lead at the Open at The Australian Golf Club in November, when he blurred to fifth amid the last round.

Farmers Insurence Open 2018 Leaderboard, Field, Players and  Results.

-10 J Day (Aus), A Noren (Swe), R Palmer (US) - Day wins at sixth playoff hole;
 -9 JB Holmes (US);
-8 K Bradley (US);
-7 T Finau (US), C Howell III (US);
-6 H English (US), R Garrigus (US), M Leishman (Aus), J Rose (Eng).

 -5 R Goosen (SA);
-3 T Woods (US);
-2 R Knox (Sco); E P Mickelson (US)

See the Complete  List of 2018 Farmers Insurence Open Leaderboard, Field, players.
Click here.

 2018 Farmers Insurence Open Prize Money/Fund.

The Total Purse of  2018 Farmers Insurence Open is $ 6, 900, 000.

jason Day had focused on his national title, his first time challenging it since 2013, as a potential springboard back to the world No1 frame he appreciated in 2015 and 2016.

Both Jordan Spieth (2014 and 2016) and Rory McIlroy (2013) won no less than one noteworthy in the year following their Stonehaven Cup triumphs in Sydney. However, 30-year-old Day trusts disappointment additionally assumed a huge part in his eleventh PGA Tour triumph and second at the well known San Diego course.

Farmers Insurence Open 2018 Quotes, Jason Day quotes.

"It's been a long time coming," said Day.
 "I had some stuff off course that was a little distracting - with my mother having cancer - so I worked hard in the off-season to get back into this position."

“I drove it great down there and had a lot of opportunities at winning that tournament and I didn’t get across the line, which was really disappointing,” Day said.

“It had been four years since I had played in Australia and I wanted to put on a good show in front of the home crowds, but I didn’t do a good enough job and that really frustrated me because I played some good golf at The Australian.”

 “Being in contention gave me a lot of confidence coming into this year,” said Day. “Jordan won the Australian Open and went on to dominate the next year. “I wanted to use that same platform for myself to be able to do the exact same. I didn’t but sometimes with a loss and failing it spurs your on to try even harder.”

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