ATLANTA Jason Day's reign as the No. 1 player in the world will be briefer than the lifespan of a Tweet. It had the shelf life of a salmon filet.
One week ago Day was celebrating his ascension for the first time to the top of the world rankings. Monday he must give it back to Tour Championship winner Jordan Spieth.
Sense a trend here? This will be the sixth consecutive week the top ranking has changed hands between three players Spieth, Rory McIlroy and Day.
And figuring the top spot is likely to be passed around several more times before the three 20-something players go off to assisted living, Day was philosophical after his disappointing run at East...