Sport WATCH: Day closes with quadruple bogey at US PGA

03:20  13 august  2017
03:20  13 august  2017 Source:   Omnisport

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His approach effort resulted in a shank, and from there he continued to chop his way up on the hole to an eventual quadruple - bogey eight. PGA Tour. Defending Masters champ Danny Willett among those leaving Augusta National early. WATCH : The final interview with Arnold Palmer. Follow us …

JasonDay - Cropped: Australian Jason Day © Provided by Omnisport Australian Jason Day

That Jason Day could still smile was a surprise.

The Australian appeared set to be in contention heading into the final round at the US PGA Championship before a forgettable 18th hole at Quail Hollow.

Day produced a quadruple bogey at the tough par-four hole, shooting a six-over 77 and ending the day at even par.

He hit his tee shot way right then found more trouble as he tried to get out of it, eventually making an eight.

Still, the 2015 champion was good enough to smile, perhaps wondering how it went so wrong.

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