One knock on Jason Day has been his supposed inability to make putts in the clutch.
Well, consider what Day did Sunday in the final three holes to win the RBC Canadian Open. Birdie. Birdie. Birdie.
If this putt on the final hole isn't clutch, then I don't know what is:
That gave Day a two-shot cushion -- forcing Bubba Watson and David Hearn, in the fairway and watching the entire chain of events, to have to make eagles to force a playoff.
When they didn't, Day walked off with the victory. And showed his critics something as well.