Nick Faldo took a look at the slow motion swing of Jason Day during the rain-interrupted Zurich Classic over the weekend.
Jason Day looked set claim his second PGA Tour victory of the season at the Zurich Classic this morning, but when the birdies dried up his was overtaken by the eventual winner Justin Rose.
Players were forced to complete their third round early on Sunday morning, and Day looked a likely winner when a string of birdies saw the Australian take a three shot lead. By the completion of the third round the gap had narrowed to one stroke and hope were high that Day would chalk up his second PGA Tour victory of the year.
But Day struggled in his second round of the day and while he did manage to card a 3-under 69, on a day when just nine players (out of 70) shot worse than par in the final round, it was not going to be enough for Day to hold on to the lead and claim victory.
Justin Rose claimed the Zurich Classic with a superb final round 6-under 66 including birdies on his closing two holes.