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Masters 2019: The routine Jason Day goes through to get his back ready to play golf is officially insane

AUGUSTA, Ga. — Admit it, you wrote off Jason Day from this year’s Masters after just two holes on Thursday. It’s OK. We won’t hold it against you. He won’t hold it against you. Not when you saw this image on your television screen.

GOLF DIGEST

Injured while kissing daughter, Jason Day gets a lot better

AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Jason Day began the Masters by throwing his back out while leaning down to kiss his daughter on the practice green. He played his way onto the leaderboard a day later after receiving a scolding from his wife.

ESPN

Jason Day’s Wife, Ellie, to Golfer: ‘Suck It Up’

Jason Day tweaked his back once again at the Masters, but his wife, Ellie Day, has no time for sympathy. After Jason bent down to pick up their daughter, he threw out his back on the eve of the tournament. Ellie gave her husband some simple advice heading into the biggest golf tournament of the year

HEAVY.COM

Jason Day’s improbable run to the top of the Masters leaderboard

AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Jason Day has a bad back. Sometimes it takes him 10 minutes to get out of bed. Sometimes he says he feels 70 years old. Sometimes, like Thursday, he can knock it out of whack by simply bending over and trying to kiss his three-year old daughter, Lucy.

YAHOO SPORTS

Masters tee times: Francesco Molinari and Jason Day out last on day three

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DAILY MAIL

Back pain slows but doesn’t stop Jason Day

AUGUSTA, Ga. — Maybe the part you most relate to is that Jason Day tweaked his back while bending over to kiss his young daughter, something just about anyone over a certain age can understand. Or maybe it’s his admission that getting out of bed in the morning is a process that starts at about 10 mi

BOSTON GLOBE

Jason Day is blowing up balloons just to keep his body together at the Masters

Jason Day has disc issues in his back. Eventually, the Aussie will likely need surgery to correct his problems as best possible. In the meantime, the 2015 PGA champion suffers pain, and flare-ups are routine. One such flare-up came on Thursday morning of the 2019 Masters when he injured his back ben

THEGOLFNEWSNET.COM

Jason Day recovers from opening round back pain to score a 67 and take the lead on day two

Just one hole into this tournament, Jason Day was sprawled on the ground in apparent agony, as a physiotherapist sought to manipulate him back into shape. The Australian had injured himself picking up his three-year-old daughter, Lucy, on the practice putting green, and the trainer’s close attention

YAHOO SPORTS

ESPN Issues Injury Update For Star Golfer Jason Day

One of the world’s best golfers appears to be in some discomfort at the Masters. Jason Day started his round earlier Thursday afternoon, but was seen getting treatment from medical staff during the round. Day entered the tournament with a clean bill of health, but appears to have re-injured his back

THESPUN.COM

Jason Day battles through balky back to get into contention

The 2019 Masters is finally, officially here. Connors teed off in the group right after the ceremonial tee shots hit by Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player early Thursday morning. "It's there for the taking, and I'm surprised someone hasn't run off", McIlroy said.

CLICKLANCASHIRE.COM

At the Masters, Jason Day Again Finds Pain and Perseverance

AUGUSTA, Ga. — The Masters is the major that Jason Day has dreamed of winning since he turned to golf as a teenager to escape an almost certain future working in a meatpacking plant in his native Australia. Day had to be plenty tough to overcome his impoverished beginnings, so it is strange that he

NEW YORK TIMES

Winner's bag: Tiger Woods, Masters Tournament

Here's a look at the equipment Woods used to win a fifth green jacket. Tiger Woods won his 15th major and 81st PGA TOUR event at the 2019 Masters. (Andrew Redington/Getty Images)

PGA TOUR

Jason Day tied for lead despite back

Back pain brought Jason Day to his knees during Thursday's first round of the Masters. On Friday, Day brought the course to its knees. He birdied all four of Augusta National's par 5s and finished with a 5-under-par 67 to grab a share of the 36-hole lead.

AUGUSTA.COM

The Masters 2019: Australian TV coverage, Augusta leaderboard, highlights and bettings odds

Tiger Woods completed one of the greatest comebacks in sporting history and sparked frenzied scenes at Augusta National by winning the Masters to claim a first major title in almost 11 years.

SPORTING NEWS

The Masters 2019: second round – as it happened

And that’s your lot for this hole-by-hole report. It’s been a long old day, so will you allow me to let Matt Dony wrap things up instead? Good! Thanks! “Halfway through the tournament, and there’s like 20 guys in contention. And one of them is Tiger. Magnificent. Bring on the weekend!” Bring it on i

THE GUARDIAN

Jason Day does WHAT to help his aching back?

Jason Day first two days at the Masters were no joke, but he couldn’t help laughing at himself after the second round Friday. The 31-year-old Australian was tied for the lead at 7-under when play was stopped Friday at 5:14 p.m. despite struggling with a back injury in the first two rounds. When Day

THE STATE

Tiger takes home over $2M for Masters win

Tiger Woods will be leaving Augusta National on Sunday with more than just the green jacket, as the five-time champion will receive over $2 million for his latest victory. The total prize pool for this year's event was $11.5 million, with Woods claiming $2,070,000 for his one-stroke victory. It's qu

THESCORE

Masters 2019: Five takeaways from a high-scoring first round

There's just something about the Masters that brings out the best in certain players in the world. Some men simply love Augusta National, and no matter how poorly they may be playing coming into the week, they find a way to succeed at the first major of the world.

SPORTING NEWS

Day cards 5-under 67 despite lingering back pain

Jason Day shot a five-under 67 in the second round of the Masters to move into a tie for first place.

INGLEWOODTODAY.COM

Koepka, Day, Scott headline 5-way tie for lead at the Masters

The Masters once again delivered unbeatable drama on Friday, as Brooks Koepka, Jason Day and Adam Scott headline a five-way tie for the lead after 36 holes. Francesco Molinari and Louis Oosthuizen also grabbed a share of top spot, with Tiger Woods and Dustin Johnson leading a group sitting one strok

THESCORE