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Jason Day proud of bounce-back victory in Canada after St. Andrews disappointment

On July 20, Jason Day was crushed when his birdie putt to get into a playoff at the British Open came up short and he finished tied for fourth. On July 26, he bounced back in the best way possible and learned something about himself in the process. Day earned his second victory of the year in the RBC Canadian Open, after he birdied the final three holes at Glen Abbey, including sinking a 22-footer at the 72nd hole, to beat Bubba Watson by a stroke. "It's something you've always wanted to do as a professional golfer, to have that putt on the last hole to win. It was a very similar putt to what I had at the Open Championship," Day said Tuesday in a press conference before...

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