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GolfRSA suggests a maximum Handicap index of 13 for non handicapped golfers
1 October 2019
Players without South African handicap IndexesSouth African players who are not affiliated to Golf RSA are outside the scope of this HandicappingSystem. Where such players compete against players with Golf RSA handicap indexes, it....
Why Your Handicap index will change on 1st October
30 September 2019
Handicaps News September 2019 Dear Golfer, This newsletter covers the important Handicap Changes which will become effective on the 1st of October 2019 as part of the process of moving towards the adoption of the World Handicap Sy....

Jason Day's great response to Jimmy's gift

PGA Championship 2017: Jason Day crafted an all-time response towards Jimmy Walker's telescope gift

CHARLOTTE — Tournament press conferences tend to be tedious affairs. No matter the track, event or player, the responses are so repetitive -- "The course is in great shape," "My game feels good," "I like my chances" -- one could craft a bingo board game. Admittedly, the media's uninspired questions don't help, but on the whole, these rodeos provide little of substance.

But, through this fog, there is a hero, and his name is Jason Day.

Thanks to injuries and his mother's battle with cancer, Day's 2017 has fallen short of the marvelous standard set the previous two seasons. Nevertheless, if there was ever a bounce-back platform, it would be the PGA Championship, a tournament where the Aussie has finished first and second in his past two appearances.

And, as a former Wanamaker Trophy owner, Day was invited to Tuesday night's Champions Dinner. Though lacking the gravitas of its Augusta National counterpart, the event is still one of the marquee events of the week, highlighted by the reigning winner bestowing gifts to past champions. At Quail Hollow, this manifested in astrophotography aficionado Jimmy Walker handing out telescopes to the prestigious group.

While an extremely thoughtful gift, Day couldn't help but craft a juvenile, but an extremely funny, response when asked what he thought of the gift.

"Probably see Uranus from here, mate," Day said with a laugh.

Hey, we're all kids at heart.

As Day admitted, the telescope probably trumps his gift of Yeti coolers last year at Baltusrol. Still, no matter what his position on the score board this week, the 29-year-old's barb makes him a winner in our book.

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