FORMER world number one Jason Day has ditched the body building workouts which made him buff but also made him play badly and a second win in 2018 has him refocused on being the best in the world again.

After a pre-round message from Tiger Woods to “go get this”, Day survived a wild final round at the US PGA Tour’s Wells Fargo Championship and zoned in on his final three holes, including a near ace on the par three 17th, to secure a two-shot win over rookie Aaron Wise and Nick Watney.

It was the Queenslander’s 12th PGA Tour win, his second for the year and came after a winless 2017 which Day admitted was a “good kick in the butt”.

Day, 30, has made changes this year, rotating two caddies who are his “best mates” and “keep things light” after more than a decade with coach and mentor Col Swatton at his side.

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