PGA's newest hero ...The Champion Jason Day..

As every true golf fan across the world knows, the amazing Jason Day got the big "W" at the Whistling Straits PGA Championship this evening.  Jason not only won on one of the toughest , windiest course , 90 degree plus day with the wordlist best golfers but did in it in World Class style of being the first player to win a championship with 20 under (old world record was Tiger Woods with 19 under at the 2000 British Open). 

- Current ranking 3           1,859 points    

-Take home pay from Whistling Straits     $ 1,800,000

- Jason finished with a five under-par of 67 to finish with at 20 under 268 and toppled Jordan Speith by three shots;

- I have been of fan of Jason Day due to like myself is plagued with BPPV ( Benign Paroxysmal Positional Positional Vertiago ) ..If Jason can win with having BPPV , it gives me the strength to handle my vertigo issues.

- Jason will need to wait 8 months before there's another major , the 2016 Masters.

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Slideshow of images of Jason Day captured at Whistling Straits

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Tomba's schedule for the week of 8/16/2015

Monday August 17th       Review and edit XFO# 11 Outdoor Wars images (Fight Night and WI)

Tuesday - 18th                  "                                              "   , post on Tomba's Commerce site

Wednesday - 19th           Review and post PGA's images

Thursday-20th                 DJI Quad Copper

Friday -21st                       Bobby Hitz Pro Boxing Weigh- In , Hammond Indiana

Saturday- 22nd               Bobby Hitz "fight night"  Horseshoe Venue Theater

Sunday -23rd                   Bristol Renaissance Faire

Please contact us at or text at 630-258 8930 regarding any usage of the Tomba copyrighted images...............  See you at the Hitz Fights , Bobby has lined up a great card for this Saturday, don't miss it.

Cheers, Tomba