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Top 30 Golfers for the 2014 Majors: No. 7 Jason Day


They’re the cream of the major championship crop, circa 2014 — the Athlon Major Championship Dream Team. Leading up to The Masters, we'll be unveiling Athlon Sports’ 30 players to watch for majors season, with commentary on each from the Golf Channel’s Brandel Chamblee.

No. 7: Jason Day

Born: Nov. 12, 1987, Beaudesert, Queensland, Australia | Career PGA Tour Wins: 2 |2013 Wins (Worldwide): 0| 2013 Earnings (PGA Tour):$3,625,030 (12th) World Ranking: 4

Brandel Chamblee's Take

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Jason Day is the world’s best putter on fast, treacherous greens. Period. This explains why he consistently pops up on the leaderboards in majors; having played in only 13 in his career, he has six top tens and four finishes of third or better. In 2013 he averaged 28.68 putts per round at the four biggest events, and this combined with his length off of the tee and a wonderful attitude make him one of the most exciting players to watch in golf. One of the nicest guys in golf too, Day might just have one of the nicest resumes in 2014.

Major Championship Résumé
Starts: 13
Wins: 0

2013 Performance:
Masters - 3
U.S. Open - T2
British Open - T32
PGA Championship - T8

Best Career Finishes: 
Masters - T2 (2011)
U.S. Open - 2/T2 (2011, 2013)
British Open - T30 (2011)
PGA Championship - T8 (2013)
Top-10 Finishes: 6
Top-25 Finishes: 6
Missed Cuts: 3

—Brandel Chamblee is lead analyst for the Golf Channel. Be sure to follow him @ChambleeBrandel on Twitter.

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