LAKE FOREST, Ill. — Instead of using divided from a margin one some-more time, Jason Day spent many of a third turn during a BMW Championship using in place.
He was frequency a usually actor struggling to cope with a unexpected cool, soppy and breezy conditions during Conway Farms left behind by a call of overnight storms. After opening rounds of 61 and 63, a Aussie done his initial spook in 20 holes during No. 6, afterwards piled on 3 some-more to equivalent a half-dozen birdies Saturday en track to a 2-under 69.
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It took Jason Day descending out of “the zone” Saturday during a BMW Championship to comprehend what “the zone” was. His new run, to a 6-shot lead, puts him on a hinterland of a POY conversation.
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“Obviously, a many formidable turn that we’ve had this week by far,” Day said.
He was during 20-under 193 and had a 6-stroke lead. That’s one shot improved than he had during a start of a round, and a biggest pillow any 54-hole personality has enjoyed on debate this season.
“I consider a lot of players unequivocally accepted how tough it was,” Day said. “It was really formidable to get anything going.”
Day has won 3 times — including his initial major, a PGA Championship — and is an total 99 underneath in contest play given a slight skip during The Open in late July.
While a container posterior a FedEx Cup personality got no closer, there was some reshuffling.