Jason Day was born in Beaudesert, Queensland, Australia on November 12, 1987. He is a professional golfer from Australia who competes on the PGA Tour. After finishing runner-up at the US Open in June 2011, Day entered the world’s top ten for the first time, rising to world number nine.
In September 2015, he was ranked first in the world by the World Golf Ranking. Jason Day was introduced to tennis by his late father, who enrolled him as a junior member at the Beaudesert Golf Club when he was six years old. He went to Kooralbyn International School and Hills International College, both of which had golf programs that helped him develop.
Tiger Woods, whose nicknames include J.D. and Jay Day, is Day’s career inspiration. After winning the Green Jacket at the NEC Master of the Amateurs, he turned professional in July 2006. Day splits his time between Forest Lake, Queensland, Australia, and Westerville, Ohio, in the United States.
Who are Jason Day’s parents?
Jason Day’s parents are Dening and Alvin Day. Alvin was an Irish Australian who enrolled Jason in a golf club. Jason was 12 years old when he died of stomach cancer. Dening Day was born in the Philippines. Kim, Yanna, and Jason Day were the couple’s three children.