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PGA Tour: Jason Day pulls out of RBC Heritage, faces three-week absence with injured thumb

Last Updated: 16/04/14 10:46pm

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Jason Day: Targeting comeback at The Players Championship

Jason Day: Targeting comeback at The Players Championship

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Australian golfer Jason Day is set to miss another three weeks of action with a thumb injury.

The 26-year-old endured a six-week lay-off before the Masters after originally suffering the injury on his way to winning the Match Play Championship in February.

Day now has a cast on his left hand to help the injury heal and has already withdrawn from this week's RBC Heritage event in South Carolina.

The world No 5 has targeted The Players Championship, which gets under way on May 8, for his comeback.

Day, who finished the Masters in a share of 20th place, had enjoyed a fine start to the season with a win at the Match Play Championship and a second-place finish at the Farmers Insurance Open from four starts.

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