Jason Day Amazingly Saves Par After Ball Lands Past Creek at PGA Championship

Tyler Brooke@TylerDBrookeSenior Analyst IIAugust 9, 2014

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Jason Day has been playing quite well at this year's PGA Championship, and he might have had the best save of the tournament.

During the second hole Saturday, Day accidentally hit the ball across a creek and well out of play. That didn't keep Day from searching for the ball, however, as he took his shoes off, rolled up his pants and waded across the creek.

After getting across, the 26-year-old had his caddy throw him a club, making a nice catch.

Day then was able to swing through the foliage and somehow get the ball back into play.

Finally, after all that work, Day was able to save par and stay at eight under for the tournament.


Go ahead and smile, Jason. You've earned it.

[Twitter, PGA.com]

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