Jason Day pocketed his second Tour win of the year with the Canadian Open, relying on a full bag of TaylorMade clubs and adidas Boost footwear at Glen Abbey.
The 27-year-old bested fast-finishing Bubba Watson by a shot, and edged out home hope David Hearn by two.
The Australian is now up to fourth in the world, after he rolled in a 22-footer at the 72nd hole for a third straight birdie.
No.3 Watson was even stronger down the home stretch, with birdies at five of the last six while Hearn, bidding to become the first Canadian to win the national Open in 61 years, could only put together a level-par 72.
Day trusted his R15 driver, AeroBurner HL fairwas, RSi TP irons, as well as Tour Preferred EF wedges.
“To be able to put yourself in contention so many times, especially in major events and just fall short, even going back to last week leaving the putt short and not being able to get into the play-off really kind of was disappointing,” said Day.
“So when I actually had the same putt, it was a very similar putt on the 72nd hole. Same things were going through my mind. Make sure you get it to the hole.
“Fortunately enough for me, it was quick enough to where I just needed to get it on the line. If I got it on the line, it was perfect.”
This is Day’s fourth PGA Tour win of his career, following near misses at Chambers Bay and St Andrews. We take a look into his TaylorMade bag.
WHAT’S IN JASON DAY’S RBC CANADIAN OPEN-WINNING BAG?
Driver: R15 460 10.5* (Mitsubishi Rayon Kuro Kage Silver 70x)
Fairways: AeroBurner HL – 16.5* (Mitsubishi Rayon Kuro Kage Silver 80x)
Irons: RSi TP – 3-9, PW (True Temper Dynamic Gold X7)
Wedges: Tour Preferred EF (Tour Grind) 47*, 52* & 60*
Putter: TaylorMade Ghost Spider IB
Ball: Tour Preferred X
Footwear: adidas Golf adipower Boost Footwear
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