Category: Jason Day


June 27, 2013

Bandaged wrist no problem for Jason Day at Congressional

Posted at 6:45 PM by Golf.com

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BY MICHAEL ROSENGART, Golf.com contributing writer

Jason Day surprised the crowd here at Congressional this afternoon when he walked up to the first tee with his right wrist bandaged. But after a round that included six missed fairways and four visits to greenside sand traps, the U.S. Open runner-up didn't seem concerned, saying that the rough was "fluffy, but it's no Merion."

After finishing his round of 70, Day seemed fine signing autographs for grateful fans outside the clubhouse. The pain, he said, only bothered him on uphill lies and sand shots.

"It hurts a bit through impact; it goes down into my bottom two fingers, but it's okay," he added. "I'm not complaining about it, I just got to watch it."

(Photo: Nick Wass/AP)

July 11, 2012

Truth & Rumors: Watch Bubba Watson on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno

Posted at 12:50 PM by Mark Dee

Bubba Watson is in Los Angeles for Wednesday night's ESPY awards. And, as folk heroes are allowed to do, he stopped by The Tonight Show for a quick interview with Jay Leno. By now, we know what to expect from a Bubba interview: nods to his family, his General Lee, and a near-tear moment for good measure. The takeaways? Watson isn't that different from the rest of us. Just like you, he knew golf was his game when he shot a 62 at age 12; just like you, he shot 66 on his first date with his future wife, and, well, "Who doesn't wanna be in a boy band?" Watch the two-part interview below:

Part 1:

Part 2:
 

Watson is nominated for two ESPYs: Best Male Golfer, and Best Moment (for winning that sports coat he's always wearing...)

Jason Day to skip British?
All these young pros. They can't time a baby for their lives. First, Webb Simpson pulled out of the British Open to welcome a new human into the world. Now, Jason Day might skip the major after his first child (Dash Day!) was born earlier this week. As The Australian reports:

Day's wife Ellie gave birth to Dash James Day in Ohio and, although both mother and child are doing well, the world No 21 is yet to decide whether or not he will make the trip to the UK so soon after the birth.

The Queensland product says family comes first and he may well give up his spot at Royal Lytham and St Annes to be with his new family.

Day, ranked 21st in the world, is having a tough season on tour. He's currently 103rd in the FedEx Cup standings, and, unofficially, hasn't won since he grew his hair past his shoulders.

Top architects design mini-golf course at DC museum
There's finally a museum worth visiting in Washington, D.C. Not only is that National Building Museum actually a thing, but according to Business Insider it also has mini-golf inside.

The museum just opened an exhibit featuring a 12-hole mini-golf course with holes designed by leading local architects, landscape architects, and contractors.

The one-of-a-kind course will be open through Labor Day, and games cost $5 for non-members and $3 for members. If you like golf and air-conditioning, this exhibit's for you.

Oh, Business Insider, you get me. As we learned from at the AT&T National, golf outside in the DC area can be a hazardous proposition. If you're not trudging through a boiling mist of humidity, you're ducking for cover from the flying branches and brimstone that accompany summer storms. So this is good. Also, the pictures in the article make it look, well, pretty cool...

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February 07, 2012

SI Golf Ranking: Rory reclaims top spot amidst major shakeups

Posted at 10:34 AM by Golf.com

SI-Golf-RANKINGEach week, 15 staffers from SI Golf+, Golf Magazine and GOLF.com vote for their top 10, awarding 10 points to their first choice and proceeding in descending order to the 10th player, who gets one point. The points are then added and the ranking calculated. This ranking aims to be an of-the-moment measure of who’s playing the best right now. Tell us your top 10 in the comments field below.

RANK (TOTAL VOTES, FIRST PLACE VOTES, LAST WEEK'S RANK)

1. Rory McIlroy (117, 4, 2) - Last three finishes: 2, Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship; T11, Dubai World Championship; 1, Hong Kong Open
- Official World Golf Ranking: 2

2. Luke Donald (111, 5, 1) - Last three finishes: T48, Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship; T12, JBWere Masters; 3, Dubai World Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 1

T3. Webb Simpson (89, 0, 4) - Last three finishes: T8, Waste Management Phoenix Open; T38, Sony Open; T3, Hyundai Tournament of Champions
- Official World Golf Ranking: 6

T3. Kyle Stanley (89, 5, NR) - Last three finishes: 1, Waste Management Phoenix Open; 2, Farmers Insurance Open; MC, Humana Challenge
- Official World Golf Ranking: 52

5. Lee Westwood (63, 0, 3) - Last three finishes: T12, Qatar Masters; T17, Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship; 1, Thailand Golf Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 3

6. Steve Stricker (58, 0, 5) - Last three finishes: T38, Sony Open; 1, Hyundai Tournament of Champions; 16, Chevron World Challenge
- Official World Golf Ranking: 5

7. Branden Grace (53, 0, NR) - Last three finishes: T47, Qatar Masters; MC, Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship; 1, Volvo Golf Champions
- Official World Golf Ranking: 91

8. Johnson Wagner (48, 0, NR) - Last three finishes: T55, Waste Management Phoenix Open; T2, Humana Challenge; 1, Sony Open
- Official World Golf Ranking: 73 

9. Sergio Garcia (28, 0, NR) - Last three finishes: T5, Qatar Masters; T12, Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship; T24, Thailand Golf Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 16

10. Brandt Snedeker (26, 0, NR) - Last three finishes: T50, Waste Management Phoenix Open; 1, Farmers Insurance Open; T8, Humana Challenge
- Official World Golf Rank: 15

Others receiving votes:

Tiger Woods (23)
Paul Lawrie (1, 21)
Charl Schwartzel (19)
Martin Kaymer (15)
Keegan Bradley (14)
Jason Day (12)
Mark Wilson (12)
Robert Rock (11)
Bill Haas (7)
Harrison Frazar (5)
Ben Crane (3)
Adam Scott (2)
Spencer Levin (1)
John Rollins (1)
Bubba Watson (1) 

January 25, 2012

Truth & Rumors: Injuries knock Tebow out of Pebble Beach, Ben Crane's new video, Bubba Watson's pink driver

Posted at 12:48 PM by Jillian Whalen

Those looking forward to some Tebowing on the greens at Pebble Beach are going to be disappointed. According to Golf Channel's Ryan Ballengee, Tebow will not be participating in the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am due to injuries sustained in the Broncos' playoff game against New England.

Tebow suffered injuries to the chest and ribs during the game against the Patriots, reportedly including torn rib cartilage and bruised lungs. The former Florida Gator would not have played in the AFC Championship game had the Broncos won.

"Due to the injuries, it looks like he's a no-go," Tournament Director Steve Worthy said.

Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is still committed to the event, as is Bill Belichick. 

Crane's other favorite sport
Ben Crane and his helmet have finally returned to let us know he has a lot left in the tank ...on the uneven bars.

 

It’s not all pommel horses and floor routines, though. For every 100,000 views, Farmers Insurance will donate $1,000 to charity, and up to $5,000, on behalf of Crane.

Pretty in Pink
While Dustin Johnson, Jason Day and other TaylorMade stars are sporting white drivers, and Rickie Fowler seems to have bright orange everything, Bubba Watson is trumping them all with his new pink Ping G20 driver. Every drive Bubba bombs with his pink hardware will help his new charity, “Bubba and Friends Drive to a Million.” Watson’s personal website has the details:

Last year, he dubbed himself Bubba Long – averaging 315 yards per drive on the PGA Tour. This year, he's Bubba Long in Pink.

PING will be with Bubba every step of the way – especially on the tee box – as he drives toward his goal of $1 million while relying on his custom-painted, matte-pink finish PING G20 driver and pink True Temper Grafalloy Bi-Matrix shaft.

PING will donate $300 for the first 300 drives measuring 300 or more yards in 2012 to help Bubba reach the $1 million mark and has already contributed $10,000 to the effort.

According to Golf Channel, Watson had 483 drives of more than 300 yards last season. Golf photographer Allan Henry tweeted an image of the driver, and it’s safe to say it will be hard to miss.

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No word yet on whether the General Lee will also be getting a new paint job.  

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January 17, 2012

SI Golf Ranking: Stricker moves up to No. 5

Posted at 10:00 AM by Golf.com

SIGG-Ranking-logo3Each week, 15 staffers from SI Golf+, Golf Magazine and GOLF.com vote for their top 10, awarding 10 points to their first choice and proceeding in descending order to the 10th player, who gets one point. The points are then added and the ranking calculated. Tell us your top 10 in the comments field below.

RANK (TOTAL VOTES, FIRST PLACE VOTES, LAST WEEK'S RANK)

1. Luke Donald (148, 13, 1) - Last three finishes: T12, JBWere Masters; 3, Dubai World Championship; 7, Nedbank Golf Challenge
- Official World Golf Ranking: 1

2. Rory McIlroy (136, 2, 2) - Last three finishes: T11, Dubai World Championship; 1, Hong Kong Open; T4, WGC-HSBC Champions
- Official World Golf Ranking: 3

3. Lee Westwood (104, 0, 3) - Last three finishes: 1, Thailand Golf Championship; 29, Dubai World Championship; 1, Nedbank Golf Challenge
- Official World Golf Ranking: 2

4. Webb Simpson (995, 0, 4) - Last three finishes: T38, Sony Open; T3, Hyundai Tournament of Champion; T13, Chevron World Challenge
- Official World Golf Ranking: 7

5. Steve Stricker (77, 0, 6) - Last three finishes: T38, Sony Open; 1, Hyundai Tournament of Champion; 16, Chevron World Challenge
- Official World Golf Ranking: 5

6. Charl Schwartzel (74, 0, 5) - Last three finishes: MC, Joburg Open; 2, Thailand Golf Championship; 5, Dubai World Championship - Official World Golf Ranking: 9

7. Keegan Bradley (41, 0, 7) - Last three finishes: T13, Sony Open; 16, Hyundai Tournament of Champion; 17, Chevron World Challenge
- Official World Golf Ranking: 26

8. Nick Watney (34, 0, 8) - Last three finishes: T12, Hyundai Tournament of Champion; 18, Chevron World Challenge; T4, Australian Open
- Official World Golf Rank: 12

9. Martin Kaymer (33, 0, T9) - Last three finishes: T11, Dubai World Championship; 8, Nedbank Golf Challenge; 1, WGC-HSBC Champions; 23, Andalucia Masters
- Official World Golf Ranking: 4

10. Adam Scott (24, 0, T9) - Last three finishes: T4, Australian PGA Championship; T4, Australian Open; T11, WGC-HSBC Champions
- Official World Golf Ranking: 7

Others receiving votes:
Tiger Woods (11)
Jason Day (9)
Bill Haas (8)
K.J. Choi (7)
Matt Kuchar (6)
Sergio Garcia (5)
Dustin Johnson (5)
Louis Oosthuizen (5)
Aaron Baddeley (3)

January 10, 2012

SI Golf Ranking: Stricker leaps into top 10, Tiger out

Posted at 11:35 AM by Golf.com

SIGG-Ranking-logo3Each week, 15 staffers from SI Golf+, Golf Magazine and GOLF.com vote for their top 10, awarding 10 points to their first choice and proceeding in descending order to the 10th player, who gets one point. The points are then added and the ranking calculated. Tell us your top 10 in the comments field below.

RANK (TOTAL VOTES, FIRST PLACE VOTES, LAST WEEK'S RANK)

1. Luke Donald (147, 12, 1) - Last three finishes: T12, JBWere Masters; 3, Dubai World Championship; 7, Nedbank Golf Challenge
- Official World Golf Ranking: 1

2. Rory McIlroy (137, 3, 2) - Last three finishes: T11, Dubai World Championship; 1, Hong Kong Open; T4, WGC-HSBC Champions
- Official World Golf Ranking: 3

3. Lee Westwood (107, 0, 4) - Last three finishes: 1, Thailand Golf Championship; 29, Dubai World Championship; 1, Nedbank Golf Challenge
- Official World Golf Ranking: 2

4. Webb Simpson (91, 0, 3) - Last three finishes: T3, Hyundai Tournament of Champions; T13, Chevron World Challenge; T6, Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Classic
- Official World Golf Ranking: 7

5. Charl Schwartzel (78, 0, 5) - Last three finishes: 2, Thailand Golf Championship; 5, Dubai World Championship; 6, Nedbank Golf Challenge
- Official World Golf Ranking: 9

6. Steve Stricker (51, 0, NR) - Last three finishes: 1, Hyundai Tournament of Champions; 16, Chevron World Challenge; 15, The Tour Championship presented by Coca-Cola
- Official World Golf Ranking: 5

7. Keegan Bradley (48, 0, 6) - Last three finishes: 16, Hyundai Tournament of Champions; 17, Chevron World Challenge; T16, WGC-HSBC Champions
- Official World Golf Ranking: 31

8. Nick Watney (39, 0, 8) - Last three finishes: T12, Hyundai Tournament of Champions; 18, Chevron World Challenge; T4, Australian Open
- Official World Golf Rank: 13

T9. Martin Kaymer (32, 0, 9) - Last three finishes: T11, Dubai World Championship; 8, Nedbank Golf Challenge; 1, WGC-HSBC Champions; 23, Andalucia Masters
- Official World Golf Ranking: 4

T9. Adam Scott (32, 0, 7) - Last three finishes: T4, Australian PGA Championship; T4, Australian Open; T11, WGC-HSBC Champions
- Official World Golf Ranking: 6

Others receiving votes:
Tiger Woods (22)
Jason Day (9)
Sergio Garcia (9)
Matt Kuchar (8)
K.J. Choi (5)
Aaron Baddeley (3)
Bill Haas (3)
Dustin Johnson (3)
Jim Furyk (1)


November 22, 2011

SI Golf Ranking: Day, Johnson bumped from top 10

Posted at 9:43 AM by Golf.com

SIGG-Ranking-logo3Each week, 15 staffers from SI Golf+, Golf Magazine and GOLF.com vote for their top 10, awarding 10 points to their first choice and proceeding in descending order to the 10th player, who gets one point. The points are then added and the ranking calculated. Tell us your top 10 in the comments field below.

RANK (TOTAL VOTES, FIRST PLACE VOTES, LAST WEEK'S RANK)

1. Luke Donald (147, 12, 1)
- Last three finishes: 1, Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Classic; T11, Madrid Masters; T9, Alfred Dunhill Links Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 1

2. Rory McIlroy (136, 3, 2)
- Last three finishes: 4, WGC-HSBC Champions; 1, Shanghai Masters; 2, Kolon Korea Open
- Official World Golf Ranking: 2

3. Webb Simpson (102, 0, 3)
- Last three finishes: T6, Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Classic; 2, The McGladrey Classic; 22, TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola; 5, BMW Championship;
- Official World Golf Ranking: 9

4. Lee Westwood (89, 0, 4)
- Last three finishes: 13, WGC-HSBC Champions; 5, Shanghai Masters; T30, Alfred Dunhill Links Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 3

T5. Keegan Bradley (71, 0, 5)
- Last three finishes: 16, WGC-HSBC Champions; 12, Shanghai Masters; T11, Tour Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 27

T5. Charl Schwartzel (71, 0, 6)
- Last three finishes: 1, WGC-HSBC Champions; T16, Shanghai Masters; T9, Alfred Dunhill Links Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 13

7. Adam Scott (36, 0, 8)
- Last three finishes: T4, Australian Open; 11, WGC-HSBC Champions; T6, Tour Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 7

8. Nick Watney (35, 0, 7)
- Last three finishes: T4, Australian Open; 33, WGC-HSBC Champions; 2, Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open
- Official World Golf Rank: 11

9. Martin Kaymer (33, 0, T10)
- Last three finishes: 1, WGC-HSBC Champions; 23, Andalucia Masters; 8, Portugal Masters
- Official World Golf Ranking: 4

10. Steve Stricker (18, 0, T10)
- Last three finishes: 15, Tour Championship; WD, BMW Championship; 42, Deutsche Bank Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 5

Others receiving votes:
Bill Haas (16)
Dustin Johnson (16)
Jason Day (13)
K.J. Choi (10)
Darren Clarke (6)
Jim Furyk (6)
Sergio Garcia (9)
Tiger Woods(6)
Hunter Mahan (3)
Graeme McDowell (3)
Bubba Watson (2)
Phil Mickelson (1)

November 15, 2011

SI Golf Ranking: Day returns to top 10

Posted at 12:02 PM by Golf.com

SIGG-Ranking-logo3Each week, 15 staffers from SI Golf+, Golf Magazine and GOLF.com vote for their top 10, awarding 10 points to their first choice and proceeding in descending order to the 10th player, who gets one point. The points are then added and the ranking calculated. Tell us your top 10 in the comments field below.

RANK (TOTAL VOTES, FIRST PLACE VOTES, LAST WEEK'S RANK)

1. Luke Donald (147, 12, 1)
- Last three finishes: 1, Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Classic; T11, Madrid Masters; T9, Alfred Dunhill Links Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 1

2. Rory McIlroy (136, 3, 2)
- Last three finishes: 4, WGC-HSBC Champions; 1, Shanghai Masters; 2, Kolon Korea Open
- Official World Golf Ranking: 2

3. Webb Simpson (101, 0, 3)
- Last three finishes: T6, Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Classic; 2, The McGladrey Classic; 22, TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola; 5, BMW Championship;
- Official World Golf Ranking: 9

4. Lee Westwood (92, 0, 4)
- Last three finishes: 13, WGC-HSBC Champions; 5, Shanghai Masters; T30, Alfred Dunhill Links Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 3

5. Keegan Bradley (72, 0, 5)
- Last three finishes: 16, WGC-HSBC Champions; 12, Shanghai Masters; T11, Tour Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 26

6. Charl Schwartzel (67, 0, 6)
- Last three finishes: 1, WGC-HSBC Champions; T16, Shanghai Masters; T9, Alfred Dunhill Links Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 13

7. Nick Watney (33, 0, 8)
- Last three finishes: T4, Australian Open; 33, WGC-HSBC Champions; 2, Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open
- Official World Golf Rank: 11

8. Adam Scott (34, 0, 7)
- Last three finishes: T4, Australian Open; 11, WGC-HSBC Champions; T6, Tour Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 7

9. Jason Day (28, 0, NR)
- Last three finishes: T4, Australian Open; 6, Tour Championship; 49, BMW Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 8

10T. Martin Kaymer (19, 0, 9)
- Last three finishes: 1, WGC-HSBC Champions; 23, Andalucia Masters; 8, Portugal Masters
- Official World Golf Ranking: 4

10T. Steve Stricker (28, 0, NR)
- Last three finishes: 15, Tour Championship; WD, BMW Championship; 42, Deutsche Bank Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 5

10T. Dustin Johnson (23, 0, 9)
- Last three finishes: T38, Australain Open; MC, Alfred Dunhill Links Championship; T23, Tour Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 6

Others receiving votes:
Bill Haas (12)
K.J. Choi (11)
Darren Clarke (9)
Sergio Garcia (9)
Matt Kuchar (4)
Graeme McDowell (3)
Hunter Mahan (1)
Phil Mickelson (1)

October 04, 2011

SI Golf Ranking: Donald continues run at No. 1

Posted at 10:46 AM by Golf.com

SIGG-Ranking-logo3Each week, 15 staffers from SI Golf+, Golf Magazine and GOLF.com vote for their top 10, awarding 10 points to their first choice and proceeding in descending order to the 10th player, who gets one point. The points are then added and the ranking calculated. Tell us your top 10 in the comments field below.

RANK (TOTAL VOTES, FIRST PLACE VOTES, LAST WEEK'S RANK)

1. Luke Donald (149, 14, 1)
- Last three finishes: T9, Alfred Dunhill Links Championship; T3, Tour Championship; 4, BMW Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 1

2. Rory McIlroy (132, 1, 2)
- Last three finishes: 2, Alfred Dunhill Links Championship; 3, KLM Open; T3, Omega European Masters
- Official World Golf Ranking: 3

3. Lee Westwood (107, 0, 3)
- Last three finishes: T30, Alfred Dunhill Links Championship; 5, KLM Open; T6, Omega European Masters
- Official World Golf Ranking: 2

4. Charl Schwartzel (75, 0, 4)
- Last three finishes: T9, Alfred Dunhill Links Championship; T42, BMW Championship; T21, Deutsche Bank Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 12

5. Keegan Bradley (53, 0, 6)
- Last three finishes: T11, Tour Championship; T16, BMW Championship; CUT, Deutsche Bank Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 26

6. Webb Simpson (52, 0, 5)
- Last three finishes: 22, Tour Championship; 5, BMW Championship; 1, Deutsche Bank Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 13

T7. Steve Stricker (39, 0, 7)
- Last three finishes: 15, Tour Championship; WD, BMW Championship; T42, Deutsche Bank Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 4

T7. Dustin Johnson (39, 0, 8)
- Last three finishes: MC, Alfred Dunhill Links Championship; T23, Tour Championship; T65, BMW Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 5

9. Jason Day (33, 0, 10)
- Last three finishes: T6, Tour Championship; T22, BMW Championship; T61, Deutsche Bank Championship
- Official World Golf Rank: 7

10. Adam Scott (32, 0, 9)
- Last three finishes: T6, Tour Championship; T37, BMW Championship; T8, Deutsche Bank Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 8

Others receiving votes:
Nick Watney (31)
Bill Haas (26)
K.J. Choi (10)
Martin Kaymer (10)
Matt Kuchar (9)
Darren Clarke (9)
Phil Mickelson (8)
Brandt Snedeker (4)
Hunter Mahan (3)
Justin Rose (2)
Thomas Bjorn (1)
Bubba Watson (1)

September 27, 2011

SI Golf Rankings: Day enters top 10

Posted at 9:56 AM by Golf.com

SIGG-Ranking-logo3Each week, 15 staffers from SI Golf+, Golf Magazine and GOLF.com vote for their top 10, awarding 10 points to their first choice and proceeding in descending order to the 10th player, who gets one point. The points are then added and the ranking calculated. Tell us your top 10 in the comments field below.

RANK (TOTAL VOTES, FIRST PLACE VOTES, LAST WEEK'S RANK)

1. Luke Donald (148, 13, 1)
- Last three finishes: T3, Tour Championship; 4, BMW Championship; T3, Deutsche Bank Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 1

2. Rory McIlroy (133, 2, 2)
- Last three finishes: 3, KLM Open; T3, Omega European Masters; T64, PGA Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 3

3. Lee Westwood (100, 0, 3)
- Last three finishes: 5, KLM Open; T6, Omega European Masters; T8, PGA Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 2

4. Charl Schwartzel (80, 0, 4)
- Last three finishes: T42, BMW Championship; T21, Deutsche Bank Championship; T12, PGA Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 13

5. Webb Simpson (60, 0, 5)
- Last three finishes: 22, Tour Championship; 5, BMW Championship; 1, Deutsche Bank Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 12

6. Keegan Bradley (55, 0, 8)
- Last three finishes: T11, Tour Championship; T16, BMW Championship; CUT, Deutsche Bank Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 27

7. Steve Stricker (50, 0, 6)
- Last three finishes: 15, Tour Championship; WD, BMW Championship; T42, Deutsche Bank Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 4

8. Dustin Johnson (35, 0, 7)
- Last three finishes: T23, Tour Championship; T65, BMW Championship; T42, Deutsche Bank Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 5

9. Adam Scott (32, 0, 9)
- Last three finishes: T6, Tour Championship; T37, BMW Championship; T8, Deutsche Bank Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 9

10. Jason Day (30, 0, NR)
- Last three finishes: T6, Tour Championship; T22, BMW Championship; T61, Deutsche Bank Championship
- Official World Golf Rank: 7

Others receiving votes:
Nick Watney (24)
Bill Haas (17)
K.J. Choi (16)
Matt Kuchar (14)
Darren Clarke (8)
Phil Mickelson (7)
Martin Kaymer (6)
Hunter Mahan (3)
Thomas Bjorn (2)
Y.E. Yang (2)
Fred Couples (1)
Justin Rose (1)
Bubba Watson (1)





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