SAN DIEGO – All they need is a spark.
Jordan Spieth and Jason Day took over the world of golf in 2015. History shows Spieth won the FedExCup and PGA TOUR Player of the Year, but Day was his only true challenger. Both had five wins apiece and became world No. 1 for the first time.
Spieth won the first two majors, was one shot out of a playoff in the third and runner-up in the fourth. Day led the second major through 54 holes despite collapsing on the course with vertigo a day prior, was also a shot out of a playoff in the third after holding the 54-hole lead and defeated Spieth in the fourth. Four of Day’s wins came in a six-start stretch.
It was incredible stuff from two gritty competitors who looked destined to be mainstays in the battle for the top spot for years to come. They were supposedly going to be the new “big three” with Rory McIlroy (who had won two majors in 2014) – rivaling what Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and Gary Player did back in their time as giants of the game.
But things have not yet panned out that way. Indeed, both Spieth and Day already have Hall-of-Fame-worthy accomplishments. Spieth has 11 PGA TOUR wins, three of them majors, and a…
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