Jason Day, Australia, cruised to a two shot win at the Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow.
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With a final round -2 under par 69 Jason cruised to a win at the Wells Fargo Championship with a -12 under par total, his 12th PGA Tour title.
Jason came to the day’s most difficult hole and hit a superb shot, that defined this tournament. A seven iron tee shot on the 223-yard, par three 17th, which took a big hop when it landed in the middle of the green, rolling speedily until it struck the center of the flagstick and stopped just a couple of feet away, he made birdie.
“It was on a cracking line, it was beautiful, things like that are what you need to win golf tournaments.”
“I felt like I went ten rounds out there, just fighting against myself.”
“Aaron played tremendous golf coming in.”
“I didn’t have the best day off the tee and even into the greens, but I had a really good day on the greens and around the greens.”
Aaron Wise, -3 under 68 today and Nick Watney, -2 under 69, both from the USA shared second place at -10 under par.