There’s still a long way to go in The Heritage, but Jason Day has put himself in contention in yet another week.
The 23-year-old Aussie, who is coming off a tie for second at the Masters, has birdied three of his last five holes and is now 10 under for the week. In Day’s last 24 holes, he’s 8 under with nine birdies and just one bogey.
He has company, of course, in defending champion Jim Furyk, who is 7 under over his last 23 holes with seven birdies and no bogeys.
Meanwhile, Ricky Barnes and Tommy Gainey have moved within two of day and Furyk with each 4 under on their rounds today.