Swatton on Day: 'I couldn't be more proud'
Jason Day's caddie and longtime friend Colin Swatton talks about what Day's win means to him and the team.
Day's caddie: 'He just gutted it out'
Jason Day's caddie, Colin Swatton, talks about Day's impressive third round at the 2015 U.S. Open.
For the Record: Day shines at the Masters
Rex Hoggard sits down with Jason Day's caddie and swing coach to talk about Jason's performances at the Masters in this clip from For the Record.
For the Record: Day skips school to turn pro
Rex Hoggard sits down with Jason Day's caddie and swing coach to talk about Jason's choice to skip college and turn professional in this clip from For the Record.
Now No. 1, Day finally stands 'on top of the Earth'
Eleven years ago, Jason Day walked into Colin Swatton's office and asked a surprising question. Could he get to No. 1?
For the Record: Day's struggles, troubled youth
Rex Hoggard sits down with Jason Day's caddie and swing coach to talk about Jason's troubled youth in this clip from For the Record.stuff that we work on is just the fundamentals, the cornerstones, the building blocks of success. So that's why fundamentally, he's got, you know, a, a great looking golf swing . And definitely good stability.
For the Record: The triumphs, troubles of Jason Day
Rex Hoggard sits down with Jason Day's caddie and swing coach Colin Swatton to talk about Jason's troubled youth and rise to PGA Tour winner and major championship contender in this edition of For the Record.knew that he was gonna be good. Would he ever be a Tiger Woods ? You know, maybe, maybe not. But he knew that if he, if he set about trying to win as many events and, and win as many events at the age that Tiger was doing, that he would definitely be in that direction. And, we'd spoken about Adam Scott , and we tried to emulate what he had won as an amateur and you know, and then moving into his professional career.a hung again he finishes third and he sits and waits for Adam Scott to finish up and to watch the win. What does that tell you about what this meant for Jason, as an Australian,