Winning the BMW Championship on Sunday just made Jason Day the World?s No. 1, surprising everyone considering the fact that he had to compete some of the best like Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth. He now fulfills his life-long dream and has now become one step closer in becoming one of the greatest players in history, according to the Guardian.
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?This whole summer has been a whirlwind,? Day said in an interview with the Guardian. ?It?s kind of surreal right now just to think about it. I don?t think it will sink in until I look at the rankings and see my name on top of the list.
?I mean, all the hard work and just knowing there was that belief in there somewhere that I could really believe in myself and understand all this was for a good reason, just to prepare myself for moments like this,? he exclaimed.
With four wins from the last six starts, Jason Day may be an unstoppable force in the sports of Golf. ?I?m just rolling with it. I work very hard in the off weeks just to kind of keep where my game is at right now, and the level of confidence that I?m playing with is the highest it?s ever been,? he adds.
Day said how his mindset has changed after British Open at St. Andrews and how he?s only goal now is winning, shared by USA Today. ?I?d love to win all the majors, to get the career grand slam would be fantastic,? Day shared according to the Guardian. ?I want to win as many tournaments as I can. I?m just here for this one purpose and that?s to try to get better each every day and try to win as much as I can, while I can. It?s not going to last forever, so I may as well do it quickly.?