Jason Day hoping caddie change can take the stress out of Masters bid after winless run



Jason Day is not exaggerating when he refers to his coach Colin Swatton as a 'father figure,' but the Australian believes ending their player-caddie relationship could help him win the Masters.
Swatton was the golf instructor at the Kooralbyn International School in Queensland when Day, aged 12, arrived shortly after his father's death.
He went on to become Day's coach and caddie and helped him win the 2015 US PGA and reach No 1 in the world, but after a winless 2017 Day decided to make a change and hired his friend Luke Reardon instead.
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3 April 2018 in Sport, Views: 68
Source: Daily Mail
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