Jason Day lost his ball and waded through a creek to find it
Jason Day's second hole did not going swimmingly
But then things got weird on the second hole.
It started when Jason Day yanked his ball into a creek up the second fairway and David Feherty and Day's caddie went across the creek to find it.
Then Day himself rolled up his trousers and got into the mix.
His caddie tossed him a club and he whacked it out, and saved par in the process.
Dan Jenkins (as usual) said it better than me:
Jason Day drove it across the Amazon, waded through it, found it and made his four dressed and undressed. World's greatest par.— Dan Jenkins (@danjenkinsgd) August 9, 2014
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