‘Lot of It Was Like F- Words’: Days After His $1.71 Million Win, Jason Day Opens Up About Tiger Woods’ Unique Congratulatory Message

The biggest names in golf have descended upon New York for the 105th edition of the PGA Championship, with the coming days promising a lot of excitement to fans. One golfer, in particular, that fans will be looking forward to is none other than PGA Tour’s Jason Day.

The former World No. 1, who comes into the major after a resounding victory at Texas’ TPC Craig Ranch, had a heartening revelation about his friend and golf maestro Tiger Woods on Wednesday.

How did Tiger Woods react to Jason Day’s win at Byron Nelson?

A few years ago, Day’s heroics on the course catapulted him to global fame. In those seasons, the Aussie claimed many highly-coveted titles, including the PGA Championship, the Players Championship, and two FedEx Cup Playoff titles, among others.

But, as fate would have it, Day’s back injury saw the golfer struggle over the next couple of years. He even withdrew from a number of tournaments, greatly disappointing his hordes of fans. Last Sunday, however, the 35-year-old scripted a sensational return to his winning ways, claiming the AT&T Byron Nelson title.

After a 1,835-day-long title drought, the 2015 PGA Championship winner became a champion once again, pocketing an incredible $1.71 million in earnings. Even fellow compatriot Tiger Woods couldn’t help but extend a congratulations to Day on his new feat. Appearing in a press conference ahead of the year’s second major, the golfer hilariously revealed, “He did [congratulate me], but I can’t say what he said because a lot of it was like F-words in it.”


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