Jason Day has revealed how vertigo ruined his chances of winning The Masters for the first time in his career last month.
Day, 35, had been playing some fantastic golf heading into golf's first major of the season with five top-10 finishes in the space of six starts.
The former World No.1 even found himself in solo second at one stage in the second round at Augusta National only for an awful finish to derail his charge.
Day, who now finds himself at 34th in the world, then had to fight vertigo over a weather-interrupted weekend at The Masters and that completely ended all hope of a second major title.
After such a bright start to the week, Day would end up finishing the week in a disappointing tie for 39th.
The vertigo got so bad that it even caused Day to withdraw from the RBC Heritage the following week.
He's since taken the last three weeks off to fully recover.
Day first suffered vertigo on the golf course at the 2015 US Open at Chambers Bay, and it's steadily progressed ever since.
He has also had to battle ongoing back injuries over the past five years, which has been the biggest reason for his decline in the world rankings.
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Day has made changes to his swing though and says he is no longer feeling the effects of back strain out on the golf course, testament to his vastly improved results on the PGA Tour this season
Speaking to the media ahead of this week's Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow in Charlotte, where he won his last PGA Tour title in 2018, Day admits he's still dealing with vertigo but that he's "getting a handle on it".
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