Jason Day on the stress of the U.S. Open and his 'very big' baby
Golfers are bracing for what should be the most difficult golf tournament of the year at Oakmont this week, and early impressions of the ultra-thick rough and speedy greens suggest that the U.S. Open could see another winner over-par.
World No. 1 Jason Day spoke to reporters at Oakmont Tuesday and said that he's "never been more stressed" leading into the U.S. Open. Given the extremely punishing hazards, Day said he expects to avoid using driver too often this week.
Via ASAP Sports:
Day took a few months away from golf following his dominant end to the 2015 season, but said it was vital for him to avoid burning out.
The Day family has received plenty of airtime celebrating on the 18th green this season as Jason Day has already won three events in 2016. Day joked that his seven-month-old daughter Lucy is a "very big baby."