Fathers and sons honored on U.S. Open golf bags

Jason Day and Sergio Garcia US Open golf bags
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Jason Day and Sergio Garcia are just two of the TaylorMade players whose U.S. Open bags are celebrating Father's Day.
By John Holmes
PGA.com

Series: Golf Buzz

Published: Wednesday, June 11, 2014 | 8:40 p.m.

As has become a tradition, the U.S. Open ends on Father's Day again this year. And a few players have decorated their bags to mark the occasion.

Jason Day is a relatively new father, and he's got his almost-2-year-old son Dash's name embroidered onto the belly of his U.S. Open bag, as you can see in the photo above. 

Sergio Garcia has gone a step farther. He's got his dad Victor's name emblazoned on his bag – and he's festooned his bag in the colors of his native Spain to celebrate the World Cup.

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If you're looking for a common link between the two bags, it's that both are from TaylorMade. Day and Garcia are just two of the TaylorMade contingent at Pinehurst whose bags will honor fathers and sons this week. It'll be fun to keep an eye out and try to spot the others.

And no, if you're asking, that's not Jason in the photo of his bag above – he was actually standing off to the right when the shot was taken.