Awards season: Handing out the 2017 Rexys

After careful consideration and an exhaustive review of 2017 we present The Rexys, a wildly incomplete and arbitrary line up following one of the most eventful years in golf.

 There will be omissions – just keep your calls, concerns and even e-mails to yourself. We appreciate your patronage, but not your feedback.



It’s Not You, It’s Me Award. You know the deal: You can’t be a part of two until you’re a better one; but on this front it’s really just a desire to find a better two.

It was a tough year for caddies, and not just any caddies. In June, Phil Mickelson split with longtime bagman Jim “Bones” Mackay. Both player and caddie cited the need for “change,” but the move reverberated throughout the game.

“The fairytale is over,” mused one caddie when told of the high-profile split.

In the wake of the Lefty/Bones break, Rory McIlroy split with his caddie J.P Fitzgerald, and Jason Day replaced looper/swing coach Colin Swatton on his bag. It all proves yet again that there are only two kinds of caddies, those who have been fired and those who are about to be fired.



Run for the Rose Cup. Sergio Garcia got the green jacket, a lifetime exemption to the game’s most coveted member-member and a long-awaited major, but Justin Rose took home the slightly less prestigious “Rose Cup.”

Following a frenzied afternoon at Augusta National in April, Rose lost to Garcia on the first playoff hole, but he won so much more with his honesty and class.

“You’re going to win majors and you’re going to lose majors, but you’ve got to be willing to lose them,” Rose figured following the final round. “You’ve got to put yourself out there. You’ve got to hit the top of the leaderboard. There’s a lot of pressure out there and if you’re not willing to enjoy it, then you’re not ready to win these tournaments. I loved it out there.”

Few have made losing look so dignified and fewer still are as easy to root for.



Half-Empty Cup. It was the perfect setting, with sweeping views of the Manhattan skyline and the promise of the Tristate masses descending on this fall’s Presidents Cup.

If only all those rowdy New Yorkers had something to cheer.

For the sixth time in the last seven matches, the U.S. team rolled to a victory of at least three points. This particular edition was even in danger of ending on Saturday afternoon thanks to a particularly dominant performance by a young American squad led by Steve Stricker.

Officials spoke of the purity of the competition and the attention the ’17 cup generated, but however you spin the 19-11 rout, this cup is half empty.



Enigma Award. The actual hardware is simply an oversized question mark and was sent directly to Tiger Woods’ South Florida compound following the most curious of seasons.

While it’s become customary in recent years to consider the uncertain path that awaits the 14-time major winner, this most recent calendar brought an entirely new collection of questions following fusion surgery on his lower back in April, his arrest for DUI on Memorial Day and, finally, a glimmer of hope born from his tie for ninth at the Hero World Challenge earlier this month.

When will he play again? Can he compete against the current generation of world-beaters? Can his body withstand the rigors of a full PGA Tour schedule? Should Jim Furyk make him a captain’s pick now or wait to see if he should be driving a vice captain’s golf cart instead?

Little is certain when it comes to Woods, and the over-sized question mark goes to … the guy in red and black.



After Further Review Chalice. In April, Lexi Thompson endured a heartbreaking loss at the ANA Inspiration, the byproduct of a surreal ruling that arrived a day late via a viewer e-mail and cost the would-be winner a major championship.

The entire event was so unsavory that the USGA and R&A made not one but two alterations to the rules and created a “working group” to avoid similar snafus in the future.

That working group – it turns out the U.S. Ryder Cup team has some sort of copyright on “task force” – initially issued a decision that introduced a “reasonable judgment” and a “naked eye” standard to video reviews, and last week the rule makers kept the changes coming.

The new protocols on video review will now include an official to monitor tournament broadcasts and ended the practice of allowing fans to call in, or in this case e-mail, possible infractions to officials. The USGA and R&A also eliminated the two-stroke penalty for players who sign incorrect scorecards when the player is unaware of the penalty.

While all this might be a step in the right direction, it does nothing to change Thompson’s fate. The AFR Chalice won’t change the harsh reality, but at least it will serve as a reminder of how she helped altered the rulemaking landscape.



Nothing Runs Like a Deere Award. Nothing gets fans fired up like officials turning fields of fescue rough into hay on the eve of a major championship, and the USGA’s decision to do some 11th-hour trimming at Erin Hills in June certainly caught many by surprise.

Officials said the nip/tuck on four holes was in reaction to a particularly foreboding forecast that never materialized, and the maintenance drew the ire of some players.

“We have 60 yards from left line to right line,” Rory McIlroy said. “You’ve got 156 of the best players in the world here; if we can’t hit it within that avenue, you might as well pack your bags and go home.”

The record low scoring at the U.S. Open – winner Brooks Koepka finished with a 16-under total – didn’t help ease the fervor and had some questioning whether the softer side of the USGA has gone a bit too far?

Rank Function – Examples using Golf Scores. – Not the DBA

Jordan Spieth won the 2017 British Open with a total round score of 289. Behind him in the scoring there were several ties.

I have created a table which shows the scores for each player who made the cut. The table is already in pivot form. Here is the definition ( DDL)

CREATE TABLE dbo.British_Open_Golf_2017_results
(
Player varchar(50) NOT NULL ,
Country varchar(3) NOT NULL ,
R1_Score smallint NOT NULL,
R2_Score smallint NOT NULL,
R3_Score smallint NOT NULL,
R4_Score smallint NOT NULL,
Total_Score AS R1_Score + R2_Score + R3_Score + R4_Score,
Prize_Money money NOT NULL
)
;

The script below populates the table.


Insert British_Open_Golf_2017_results
(
Player		,
Country		,
R1_Score	,
R2_Score	,
R3_Score	,
R4_Score	,
Prize_Money
)
VALUES
('Jordan Spieth','USA',65,69,65,69,1845000.00),
('Matt Kuchar','USA',65,71,66,69,1067000.00),
('Li Haotong','CHN',69,73,69,63,684000.00),
('Rafael Cabrera-Bello','SPN',67,73,67,68,480000.00),
('Rory McIlroy','NIR',71,68,69,67,480000.00),
('Marc Leishman','AU',69,76,66,65,281000.00),
('Alex Noren','SWE',68,72,69,67,281000.00),
('Branden Grace','ZAF',70,74,62,70,281000.00),
('Matthew Southgate','GBR',72,72,67,65,281000.00),
('Brooks Koepka','USA',65,72,68,71,281000.00),
('Henrik Stenson','SWE',69,73,65,70,175333.00),
('Paul Casey','GBR',66,77,67,67,175333.00),
('Chan Kim','USA',72,68,67,70,175333.00),
('Chris Wood','GBR',71,72,68,67,128917.00),
('Zach Johnson','USA',75,66,71,66,128917.00),
('Ian Poulter','GBR',67,70,71,70,128917.00),
('Jason Dufner','USA',73,71,66,68,128917.00),
('Hideki Matsuyama','JPN',68,72,66,72,128917.00),
('Austin Connelly','CA',67,72,66,73,128917.00),
('Charley Hoffman','USA',67,73,72,67,104500.00),
('Xander Schauffele','US',69,75,70,65,104500.00),
('Adam Scott','AUS',69,74,70,67,88000.00),
('Jamie Lovemark','USA',71,69,70,70,88000.00),
('Richie Ramsay','SCT',68,70,70,72,88000.00),
('Rickie Fowler','USA',71,71,67,71,88000.00),
('Richard Bland','GBR',67,72,70,71,88000.00),
('Lee Westwood','GBR',71,74,69,67,64500.00),
('Aaron Baddeley','USA',69,76,72,64,64500.00),
('David Drysdale','GBR',72,73,66,70,64500.00),
('Thongchai Jaidee','THA',70,73,68,70,64500.00),
('Bubba Watson','USA',68,72,71,70,64500.00),
('Jason Day','AUS',69,76,65,71,64500.00),
('Tony Finau','USA',70,73,67,71,64500.00),
('Tommy Fleetwood','GBR',76,69,66,70,64500.00),
('Andrew Johnston','GBR',69,74,67,71,64500.00),
('Daniel Berger','USA',68,76,70,67,64500.00),
('Steve Stricker','USA',70,72,69,71,45286.00),
('Sergio Garcia','ESP',73,69,68,72,45286.00),
('Soren Kjeldsen','DNK',71,71,72,68,45286.00),
('Martin Kaymer','GER',72,72,70,68,45286.00),
('Webb Simpson','USA',71,74,70,67,45286.00),
('Russell Henley','USA',70,70,75,67,45286.00),
('Laurie Canter','ENG',70,72,72,68,45286.00),
('Kevin Na','KOR',68,75,68,72,31070.00),
('Ross Fisher','GBR',70,72,66,75,31070.00),
('Sung Kang','KR',68,73,76,66,31070.00),
('Joost Luiten','NLD',68,72,70,73,31070.00),
('Andrew Dodt','AUS',69,75,69,70,31070.00),
('Peter Uihlein','US',72,72,69,70,31070.00),
('Thomas Pieters','ITA',69,75,68,71,31070.00),
('Matthew Fitzpatrick','GBR',69,73,68,73,31070.00),
('Yikeun Chang','KR',71,71,71,70,31070.00),
('Jon Rahm','ES',69,74,70,70,31070.00),
('Justin Rose','GBR',71,74,69,70,25843.00),
('Scott Hend','AUS',71,74,65,74,25843.00),
('Jimmy Walker','USA',72,72,70,70,25843.00),
('J.B. Holmes','USA',71,72,71,70,25843.00),
('Kevin Kisner','USA',70,71,74,69,25843.00),
('Dustin Johnson','USA',71,72,64,77,25843.00),
('Toby Tree','',70,75,69,70,25843.00),
('Ernie Els','ZAF',68,73,70,74,25000.00),
('Sean OHair','USA',72,73,71,70,24500.00),
('Shaun Norris','ZAF',71,74,65,76,24500.00),
('Charl Schwartzel','ZAF',66,78,71,71,24500.00),
('K.T. Kim','KR',73,71,69,73,24500.00),
('Mike Lorenzo-vera','FR',75,70,70,71,24500.00),
('Thorbjorn Olesen','DNK',70,72,74,70,24500.00),
('Younghan Song','KR',71,74,69,72,24500.00),
('Alfie Plant','GBR',71,73,69,73,24500.00),
('Gary Woodland','USA',70,69,74,74,23556.00),
('Brandon Stone','ZAF',73,72,68,74,23556.00),
('Andy Sullivan','GBR',70,75,69,73,23556.00)
;

Running the sql which follows allows us to see the final leader board


SELECT
	Player		,
	Country		,
	Total_Score
FROM
	dbo.British_Open_Golf_2017_results
ORDER BY
	Total_Score ASC
;

and confirms that the bold Spieth won the tournament,

Player Country Total_Score
Jordan Spieth USA 268
Matt Kuchar USA 271
Li Haotong CHN 274
Rafael Cabrera-Bello SPN 275
Rory McIlroy NIR 275
Marc Leishman AU 276
Alex Noren SWE 276
Branden Grace ZAF 276
Matthew Southgate GBR 276
Brooks Koepka USA 276
Henrik Stenson SWE 277
Paul Casey GBR 277
Chan Kim USA 277
Chris Wood GBR 278
Zach Johnson USA 278
Ian Poulter GBR 278
Jason Dufner USA 278
Hideki Matsuyama JPN 278
Austin Connelly CA 278
Charley Hoffman USA 279
Xander Schauffele US 279
Adam Scott AUS 280
Jamie Lovemark USA 280
Richie Ramsay SCT 280
Rickie Fowler USA 280
Richard Bland GBR 280
Lee Westwood GBR 281
Aaron Baddeley USA 281
David Drysdale GBR 281
Thongchai Jaidee THA 281
Bubba Watson USA 281
Jason Day AUS 281
Tony Finau USA 281
Tommy Fleetwood GBR 281
Andrew Johnston GBR 281
Daniel Berger USA 281
Steve Stricker USA 282
Sergio Garcia ESP 282
Soren Kjeldsen DNK 282
Martin Kaymer GER 282
Webb Simpson USA 282
Russell Henley USA 282
Laurie Canter ENG 282
Kevin Na KOR 283
Ross Fisher GBR 283
Sung Kang KR 283
Joost Luiten NLD 283
Andrew Dodt AUS 283
Peter Uihlein US 283
Thomas Pieters ITA 283
Matthew Fitzpatrick GBR 283
Yikeun Chang KR 283
Jon Rahm ES 283
Justin Rose GBR 284
Scott Hend AUS 284
Jimmy Walker USA 284
J.B. Holmes USA 284
Kevin Kisner USA 284
Dustin Johnson USA 284
Toby Tree 284
Ernie Els ZAF 285
Sean OHair USA 286
Shaun Norris ZAF 286
Charl Schwartzel ZAF 286
K.T. Kim KR 286
Mike Lorenzo-vera FR 286
Thorbjorn Olesen DNK 286
Younghan Song KR 286
Alfie Plant GBR 286
Gary Woodland USA 287
Brandon Stone ZAF 287
Andy Sullivan GBR 287

In order to divide the prize money up, the tournament organisers have to take into account the frequently occurring scenario which sees two or more players end on the same final score.  There were two players on 275 and five players on 276.  Where players are tied, they must receive the same prize money. The RANK function allows us to do this easily.


SELECT
	Player		,
	Country		,
	Total_Score	,
	Prize_Money ,
	Rank() OVER (ORDER BY Total_Score ASC) as Total_Score_Rank

FROM
 	 dbo.British_Open_Golf_2017_results
;

Player	Country	Total_Score	Prize_Money	Total_Score_Rank
Jordan Spieth	USA	268	1845000.00	1
Matt Kuchar	USA	271	1067000.00	2
Li Haotong	CHN	274	684000.00	3
Rafael Cabrera-Bello	SPN	275	480000.00	4
Rory McIlroy	NIR	275	480000.00	4
Marc Leishman	AU	276	281000.00	6
Alex Noren	SWE	276	281000.00	6
Branden Grace	ZAF	276	281000.00	6
Matthew Southgate	GBR	276	281000.00	6
Brooks Koepka	USA	276	281000.00	6
Henrik Stenson	SWE	277	175333.00	11
Paul Casey	GBR	277	175333.00	11
Chan Kim	USA	277	175333.00	11
Chris Wood	GBR	278	128917.00	14
Zach Johnson	USA	278	128917.00	14
Ian Poulter	GBR	278	128917.00	14
Jason Dufner	USA	278	128917.00	14
Hideki Matsuyama	JPN	278	128917.00	14
Austin Connelly	CA	278	128917.00	14
Charley Hoffman	USA	279	104500.00	20
Xander Schauffele	US	279	104500.00	20
Adam Scott	AUS	280	88000.00	22
Jamie Lovemark	USA	280	88000.00	22
Richie Ramsay	SCT	280	88000.00	22
Rickie Fowler	USA	280	88000.00	22
Richard Bland	GBR	280	88000.00	22
Lee Westwood	GBR	281	64500.00	27
Aaron Baddeley	USA	281	64500.00	27
David Drysdale	GBR	281	64500.00	27
Thongchai Jaidee	THA	281	64500.00	27
Bubba Watson	USA	281	64500.00	27
Jason Day	AUS	281	64500.00	27
Tony Finau	USA	281	64500.00	27
Tommy Fleetwood	GBR	281	64500.00	27
Andrew Johnston	GBR	281	64500.00	27
Daniel Berger	USA	281	64500.00	27
Steve Stricker	USA	282	45286.00	37
Sergio Garcia	ESP	282	45286.00	37
Soren Kjeldsen	DNK	282	45286.00	37
Martin Kaymer	GER	282	45286.00	37
Webb Simpson	USA	282	45286.00	37
Russell Henley	USA	282	45286.00	37
Laurie Canter	ENG	282	45286.00	37
Kevin Na	KOR	283	31070.00	44
Ross Fisher	GBR	283	31070.00	44
Sung Kang	KR	283	31070.00	44
Joost Luiten	NLD	283	31070.00	44
Andrew Dodt	AUS	283	31070.00	44
Peter Uihlein	US	283	31070.00	44
Thomas Pieters	ITA	283	31070.00	44
Matthew Fitzpatrick	GBR	283	31070.00	44
Yikeun Chang	KR	283	31070.00	44
Jon Rahm	ES	283	31070.00	44
Justin Rose	GBR	284	25843.00	54
Scott Hend	AUS	284	25843.00	54
Jimmy Walker	USA	284	25843.00	54
J.B. Holmes	USA	284	25843.00	54
Kevin Kisner	USA	284	25843.00	54
Dustin Johnson	USA	284	25843.00	54
Toby Tree		284	25843.00	54
Ernie Els	ZAF	285	25000.00	61
Sean OHair	USA	286	24500.00	62
Shaun Norris	ZAF	286	24500.00	62
Charl Schwartzel	ZAF	286	24500.00	62
K.T. Kim	KR	286	24500.00	62
Mike Lorenzo-vera	FR	286	24500.00	62
Thorbjorn Olesen	DNK	286	24500.00	62
Younghan Song	KR	286	24500.00	62
Alfie Plant	GBR	286	24500.00	62
Gary Woodland	USA	287	23556.00	70
Brandon Stone	ZAF	287	23556.00	70
Andy Sullivan	GBR	287	23556.00	70

Two players, Mc.Ilroy and Cabrero-Bell tied for fourth place, and were awarded the same prize money ( 480,000 dollars ).  Scrolling down the list, you can see several other score ties, as the calculated rank shows.

Whilst we are looking at this function, let’s go a little further and rank the players within their country.

SELECT
	Player		,
	Country		,
	Total_Score	,
	Prize_Money ,
	Rank() OVER (Partition BY Country ORDER BY Total_Score ASC) as Total_Score_Rank

FROM
 	 dbo.British_Open_Golf_2017_results 

Player	Country	Total_Score	Prize_Money	Total_Score_Rank
Toby Tree		284	25843.00	1
Marc Leishman	AU	276	281000.00	1
Adam Scott	AUS	280	88000.00	1
Jason Day	AUS	281	64500.00	2
Andrew Dodt	AUS	283	31070.00	3
Scott Hend	AUS	284	25843.00	4
Austin Connelly	CA	278	128917.00	1
Li Haotong	CHN	274	684000.00	1
Soren Kjeldsen	DNK	282	45286.00	1
Thorbjorn Olesen	DNK	286	24500.00	2
Laurie Canter	ENG	282	45286.00	1
Jon Rahm	ES	283	31070.00	1
Sergio Garcia	ESP	282	45286.00	1
Mike Lorenzo-vera	FR	286	24500.00	1
Matthew Southgate	GBR	276	281000.00	1
Paul Casey	GBR	277	175333.00	2
Chris Wood	GBR	278	128917.00	3
Ian Poulter	GBR	278	128917.00	3
Richard Bland	GBR	280	88000.00	5
Lee Westwood	GBR	281	64500.00	6
David Drysdale	GBR	281	64500.00	6
Tommy Fleetwood	GBR	281	64500.00	6
Andrew Johnston	GBR	281	64500.00	6
Matthew Fitzpatrick	GBR	283	31070.00	10
Ross Fisher	GBR	283	31070.00	10
Justin Rose	GBR	284	25843.00	12
Alfie Plant	GBR	286	24500.00	13
Andy Sullivan	GBR	287	23556.00	14
Martin Kaymer	GER	282	45286.00	1
Thomas Pieters	ITA	283	31070.00	1
Hideki Matsuyama	JPN	278	128917.00	1
Kevin Na	KOR	283	31070.00	1
Yikeun Chang	KR	283	31070.00	1
Sung Kang	KR	283	31070.00	1
Younghan Song	KR	286	24500.00	3
K.T. Kim	KR	286	24500.00	3
Rory McIlroy	NIR	275	480000.00	1
Joost Luiten	NLD	283	31070.00	1
Richie Ramsay	SCT	280	88000.00	1
Rafael Cabrera-Bello	SPN	275	480000.00	1
Alex Noren	SWE	276	281000.00	1
Henrik Stenson	SWE	277	175333.00	2
Thongchai Jaidee	THA	281	64500.00	1
Xander Schauffele	US	279	104500.00	1
Peter Uihlein	US	283	31070.00	2
Jordan Spieth	USA	268	1845000.00	1
Matt Kuchar	USA	271	1067000.00	2
Brooks Koepka	USA	276	281000.00	3
Chan Kim	USA	277	175333.00	4
Jason Dufner	USA	278	128917.00	5
Zach Johnson	USA	278	128917.00	5
Charley Hoffman	USA	279	104500.00	7
Rickie Fowler	USA	280	88000.00	8
Jamie Lovemark	USA	280	88000.00	8
Bubba Watson	USA	281	64500.00	10
Aaron Baddeley	USA	281	64500.00	10
Daniel Berger	USA	281	64500.00	10
Tony Finau	USA	281	64500.00	10
Webb Simpson	USA	282	45286.00	14
Russell Henley	USA	282	45286.00	14
Steve Stricker	USA	282	45286.00	14
Jimmy Walker	USA	284	25843.00	17
J.B. Holmes	USA	284	25843.00	17
Kevin Kisner	USA	284	25843.00	17
Dustin Johnson	USA	284	25843.00	17
Sean OHair	USA	286	24500.00	21
Gary Woodland	USA	287	23556.00	22
Branden Grace	ZAF	276	281000.00	1
Ernie Els	ZAF	285	25000.00	2
Shaun Norris	ZAF	286	24500.00	3
Charl Schwartzel	ZAF	286	24500.00	3
Brandon Stone	ZAF	287	23556.00	5

We see that Matthew Southgate was the best performing GBR player. Rory McIlroy finished on a better score, but he is listed as a ‘NIR’ ( Northern Ireland ) player. The brilliantly named Toby Tree did not have a country assignation, hence no value against him in the country column.

Note the effect of the partition on the rank. Each time a new country is encountered in the, the rank value is reset to 1.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/t-sql/functions/rank-transact-sql

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/t-sql/functions/dense-rank-transact-sql

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/t-sql/functions/row-number-transact-sql

Thanks for reading!

David J Lacey 13 Dec 2017

Jason day and wife ellie reveal they have suffered a miscarriage



Jason day and wife ellie reveal they have suffered a miscarriage
Wednesday, Dec 13th 2017 9AM 24°F 12PM 23°F 5-Day Forecast Jason Day and his wife Ellie have announced they have suffered a miscarriageThey were expecting their third child and Ellie was four months pregnantThe couple already have son Dash, 5 and daughter Lucy, 2Ellie wrote ‘I know there is a greater plan’ after losing the baby on ThanksgivingBy Max Winters For Mailonline Published: 13:16 EST, 12 December 2017 | Updated: 14:01 EST, 12 December 2017 Former world number one golfer Jason Day and hi…

I Know There Is A Greater Plan Jason Day And Wife Ellie Announce Miscarriage In Heartbreaking Instag



I Know There Is A Greater Plan’ – Jason Day And Wife Ellie Announce Miscarriage In Heartbreaking Instagram Post

The couple, who already have son Dash, 5 and daughter Lucy, 2, announced the news on Instagram
Golf star Jason Day and his wife Ellie have tragically announced they have suffered a miscarriage.

The world No.12 and his partner were expecting their third child.

The couple already have son Dash, 5 and daughter Lucy, 2.

Ellie was four months pregnant and took to Instagram to reveal the heartbreaking news in a moving post.

Alongside a picture of her cuddling her daughter, she wrote: “‘Hey all. It’s been a minute, but it’s taken me some time to get up the courage to post this. I’ve prayed about this bc I think it matters and I don’t take it lightly that I have a platform, albeit small, to share my heart.
On Thanksgiving I lost the baby. Initially I felt complete despair. And then I saw the baby. Fully intact. Tiny perfect head and face and arms and legs.

“When I saw it I felt God so much I can’t explain it. I felt seen and known. I felt so guilty for wondering if this baby was really in heaven before.

“This was a perfectly well-thought out, precious life formed in my belly, and it most certainly went straight to the arms of Jesus. I was so thankful. He gave me a peace and joy in the midst of the sadness. Guys we are SO incredibly and beautifully created.
For some reason this baby wasn’t meant to be physically here with our family. But I know there is a greater plan. I have so much peace and gratitude for what I already have…I know I am SO lucky to already have Dash and Lucy. It just feels like this weird scar now…this huge change in plans…wondering what the Lord has for me. Will I be able to have another baby? Will this happen again? Will I be fearful the whole pregnancy next time?”

Ellie also sent out a message to her followers, urging those who have experienced such loss to talk about the issue.

“I know for a fact that MANY of you have gone through this and obviously many have gone through or are going through much worse. My heart goes out to you in a way I could not have fathomed before,” she said.

“No one talks about this… we’re usually so nervous to even share we’re pregnant until a certain point. And then we just grieve in quiet and it’s just kind of odd and very sad.”

Breaking News – Jason day and wife ellie reveal they have suffered a miscarriage



Breaking News – Jason day and wife ellie reveal they have suffered a miscarriage
Wednesday, Dec 13th 2017 12AM 32°F 3AM 26°F 5-Day Forecast Jason Day and his wife Ellie have announced they have suffered a miscarriageThey were expecting their third child and Ellie was four months pregnantThe couple already have son Dash, 5 and daughter Lucy, 2Ellie wrote ‘I know there is a greater plan’ after losing the baby on ThanksgivingBy Max Winters For Mail Published: 13:16 EST, 12 December 2017 | Updated: 14:01 EST, 12 December 2017 Former world number one golfer Jason Day and his wife Ellie have announced they have tragically suffered a miscarriage. The world number 12 and his partner were due to give birth to their third child and already have son Dash, 5 and daughter Lucy, 2.Ellie was four months pregnant and revealed the devastating news on Instagram. Jason Day and his wife Ellie have announced they have tragically suffered a miscarriage’Finally on thanksgiving I lost the baby,’ she wrote. ‘Initially I felt complete despair. And then I saw the baby. Full intact. Tiny perf…

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