Day wins event

Jason Day didn’t have his best day on Sunday, but it was still enough to win the 2010 HP Byron Nelson Championship by two strokes.

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Day entered the final round with the lead and despite shooting a 2-over 72 on Sunday, Day still finished at -10 for the tournament, which was good enough to beat Brian Gay, Jeff Overton, and Blake Adams by two strokes.

According to oddsmakers from online sports book SBGGLOBAL, Day had 66/1 odds to win the event, meaning a $100 bet on Day will pay out $6,600.

Day really made things more interesting than he had to, as he bogeyed No. 13 and No. 18 to close his round. Day had gotten to -13 for the tournament at one point on Sunday.

Gay shot a 7-under 63 on Sunday as he was the lone man in the top four to shoot a round under par. Gay went without a bogey in the final round while picking up seven birdies.

Pre-event favorite, Hunter Mahan, finished tied for 50th in the tournament, finishing +4 overall with a 284.
2010 PGA HP Byron Nelson Championship Top 10 Results
1 Jason Day -10 (270)

T2 Brian Gay -8 (272)

T2 Jeff Overton -8 (272)

T2 Blake Adams -8 (272)

T5 Scott Verplank -7 (273)

T5 Cameron Beckman -7 (273)

T7 Ben Crane -6 (274)

T7 Dustin Johnson -6 (274)

T7 D.A. Points -6 (274)

T7 Arjun Atwal -6 (274)

T7 Tom  Pernice Jr. -6 (274)
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Posted: 5/23/10 7:00PM ET

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