SHEBOYGAN, WIS. — Sometimes, it’s about more than the golf.
Sometimes, it’s as much about the journey and the winding road as it is about the birdies that were made and the bogeys that weren’t.
Sometimes, when you’re a 12-year-old Australian kid with a drinking problem, a dead father and a soul searching for something or someone to save it, it’s about finding your place and your purpose.
And sometimes – this time – Jason Day found himself holding the Wanamaker Trophy after winning the PGA Championship in the Sunday sunshine at Whistling Straits. …