If there's one event every spring that's more ridiculous to predict than the NCAA's Big Dance, it's the WGC Match Play Championship.
In most four-day medal events, it's not uncommon to see the top ten finishers within 4-5 shots of each other.
So, when 64 of them square off in a bracket, every minor moment anywhere on the course becomes its own little universe of chaos theory.
Here's a simpler example: Butterfly this:
And that's how the world lost another potential physics major.
In between, Day was producing highlights like this one in his opener:
The Aussie's magic was evident in all aspects of his game this weekend, as evidenced by this putt in the semi-final:
Here's the new World No 1 showing his killer approach that sealed the Championship round was just the last of a laser-focused litanty on the day:
So while no one's sure what ultimately happened to that kid who was attacked by the butterfly ...