Day rated the victory one of the best of his career, not because of the quality of his play but more due to his ability to get the job done without his best game.
"I hit the ball halfway decent today.so I wasn't disappointed with that", Woods told reporters. "It was just a bad week, and the good news is wipe your hands clean and go on to the next one". "I know that I have a lot of fight in me".
Coming off back-to-back bogeys to be in a tie with Aaron Wise at 10 under par heading into the final three holes of the tournament, Day knew this was a critical character-building moment in his pursuit to reclaim his world No. 1 ranking.
Day's win was his 12th on the PGA Tour and second of the year, having gone without a victory in 2017. Whether it's in play or practice or whatever, I mean, I've done it growing up as a kid.
He missed more than half the fairways - including an ugly hook into the water on the par-4 14th - hit just eight greens in regulation and made four bogeys on the day. "You're going to fail, you're going to fail, '" Day said. "But 16's hard, but you have to have a good drive there", Day said.
He won the Farmers Insurance Open in a playoff in January to capture his first Tour win since the 2016 Players Championship.
"I was putting great, pretty much all week and had a lot of good opportunities coming in".
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"Me and my caddie actually talked about it", Wise said, per Golf Channel's Rex Hoggard. "I've done a lot of work on the mental side and really was able to clam myself down".
The 30-year-old was feeling it, too.
Masters' champion Patrick Reed shot 2 under on Sunday to move into a top 10 finish, his sixth consecutive top 10 finish on Tour.
"I feel like I'm hitting the ball well enough and just trending in the right direction for next week", said Woods, who has won 79 career PGA Tour events and 105 professional tournaments overall.
Bryson Dechambeau finished solo fourth, while England's Paul Casey was the top European on seven under for a share of fifth alongside Americans Phil Mickelson and Peter Uihlein.