19 Things You Should Definitely Know About Jason Day\nHis father died of stomach cancer when he was 11, leading to Day running into a host of troubles as a teenager.\nSwatton forced Day to harness his talents as a golfer as a way of staying out of trouble. "He means the world to me," Day said. "I love him to death."\n\n"I'm sure I can take [Tiger Woods] down. My goal is to be the No. 1 golfer in the world and I want to chase Tiger." It doesn't seem so far-fetched now.\n\n\n\n\n\n"Golf Digest had all the old school swings, and my favorite swing, ever, was Nick Faldo's swing. And it had all the greats, Ernie Els and Nick Faldo and all that stuff and I had the pictures of their swing sequences on my wall," he said in 2010.\n\n\n\n\n\n\nThrough the PGA Championship, Day leads the tour this season in percentage of putts made from more than 25 feet (10 percent), converted them at nearly twice the average rate on tour.\nIn the wake of the tragedy, Day's foundation provided assistance to other survivors.\nThe putter, first shown to tour staff at the Northern Trust Open at Riviera in February, has all the characteristics of the Itsy Bitsy used by Day for the better part of the last 18 months, except this one incorporates the color of the Redback Spider, which is found in Day’s homeland of Australia.