Day had shoulder surgery for one thing, which certainly didn't help. But his involvement in Flight Environments was a lot more than he expected.
'It ended up taking up a lot of my time that I did not think it would,' said Day. 'It's a great company, doing wonderful. I turned it over now, got people running things. I do not own it 100 percent, I have different partners. Everything is going good.'
The company makes sound-proofing and fire retardant for airplanes.
After finishing 15th on the money list in 1998, Day finished 34th in '99 and then 75th in 2000. He shot a 64 Thursday at the Genuity Championship.
[More excerpts from Glen Day's post-round press interview here.]
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