Jason Day has been practically flawless for two days at The Players Championship, and equally relentless.
It's a frightening combination for the players trying to catch him.
Coming out of a two-hour storm delay Friday that meant he wouldn't finish the second round, the 28-year-old Australian ended his long day by rolling in a 40-foot birdie putt down the ridge on the par-3 13th hole for a birdie. If that wasn't good enough, he hit a soft 5-iron from 190 yards into the wind that hit the middle of the green and rolled back toward the pin until it stopped 2 feet away for a tap-in birdie.
That put him at 14-under, on a record-setting pace for 36 holes. It gave him a...