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Jason Day loses eight family members to Typhoon Haiyan

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Eight members of Jason Day’s family died as a result of Typhoon Haiyan, a record-setting storm that hit the Philippines on Nov. 8 and has account for almost 4000 deaths.

The Herald Sun is reporting that Day’s grandmother, uncle and six cousins died in the disaster. One of Day’s aunts was found alive despite being swept to another village, according to the report, while another aunt’s family survived after binding themselves together with rope and taking refuge in an attic.

Day’s mother, Dening, migrated from to Philipines to Australia three decades ago, where the 26-year-old Day was born. According to one of Day’s sisters, Yanna, her sister Kim was the only sibling to have met the grandmother and extended family. But that the loss “impacted all of them,” Yanna said.

Day is scheduled to play in the ISPS World Cup at The Royal Melbourne Club in Melbourne, Australia this week. He released the following statement today through the PGA Tour:

“I am deeply saddened to confirm that multiple members of my family lost their lives as the victims of Typhoon Haiyan. My family and I are thankful for all who have reached out with their prayers and concern. We feel devastated for all who have been affected by this horrific tragedy. While I understand the media’s interest in this matter and hope that any coverage can spread awareness to assist with the relief efforts that continue in the Phillipines, I hope that all will respect my family’s privacy during this difficult time. I will have no further public comments at this time. Please pray for all who have suffered loss. Thank you.”

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  1. TheLegend

    Nov 22, 2013 at 12:40 am

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  2. Pat M

    Nov 19, 2013 at 12:21 am

    So sad. Jason is a fine young man.

  3. Trojan615

    Nov 18, 2013 at 12:01 pm

    One of golf and life’s good guys, sorry for your loss jd

  4. beef

    Nov 18, 2013 at 12:09 am

    My thoughts go out to Jason and his family.Words cannot say enough . god bless gb

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Interesting photos from inside the Mizuno European Tour truck

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GolfWRX got an exclusive look inside Mizuno’s European Tour truck, thanks to the sleuthing efforts of one Rob Brooks, aka @GolfNation_ on Instagram.

Brooks captured plenty of shots of drool-worthy tour only goods, some good looks at the tools of the job, as well as some of the best photos of 2020 Mizzy wares—including the ST200 drivers—we’ve seen.

We have four jam-packed galleries for your perusal in the forums, but to whet your appetite, enjoy the Mizuno morsels below.

Check out all four of our galleries from the tour truck, below.

 

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Interesting photos from the Safeway Open

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GolfWRX was scouring the range and practice greens at the Safeway Open earlier this week, and we have a ton of photos from Napa for your viewing pleasure.

In addition to five general galleries of photos, we got WITB looks at Hideki Matsuyama, Morgan Hoffmann, Jhonny Vegas, among others. We also took a peek at Bryson DeChambeau’s prototype LA Golf Shafts “Rebar” wedge shaft, the new Scotty Cameron Tour Rat putter cover, some Nippon prototype and KBS graphite driver shafts, and new Ping PLD putters.

So, yeah, it was a pretty good week if you’re a gear junkie in need of your tour equipment photo fix.

A few of the most interesting shots, below.

*Featured image: Kevin Stadler’s Callaway Steelhead III 4+ wood

When at the Safeway Open…

Hey, we know that guy!

Bryson DeChambeau’s new “Rebar” wedge shaft (details here)

Hideki Matsuyama with a leaden offering to the golf gods

Jhonny Vegas may be the last Nike Vapor wood holdout on tour

SuperStroke with a geographically appropriate limited-edition grip offering

Prototype Nippon N.S. Pro iron shafts

New Scotty Cameron Tour Rat putter covers spotted

KBS graphite shafts spotted

Callaway’s tour only 60T Jaws MD5 wedge

Ping PLD goodness

General galleries

Special galleries

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Interesting photos from the 2019 Sanderson Farms Championship

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GolfWRX was on site at the 2019 Sanderson Farms Championship at the Country Club of Jackson in Jackson, Mississippi.

In addition to the usual spread of range photos from Monday and Tuesday, we also got a look at a new flatstick from Bettinardi, a few of Matt Jones’ Scotty Cameron putters, new wands from PXG, and some new shafts from Mitsubishi.

Check out a few highlights below and find the links to all our galleries after that.

2018 Scotty Cameron Hula Girl cover sighting!

A look at the unique tee markers

New Callaway staffer Akshay Bhatia’s awesome Callaway Apex MB irons

“Furby Boy” Joaquin Niemann’s 56-degree wedge

New Mitsubishi Tensei AV shafts spotted

One of the several new PXG Gen2 putters we got an in-hand look at

Sam Ryder with a little weight taken out of his Cleveland RTX-3 wedges

One of Matt Jones’ prototype Scotty Cameron putters

An in-hand look at the limited Bettinardi QB8 that launched in The Hive this week

All our photos from the Sanderson Farms Championship

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