Jason Day is hopeful he will complete his US Open tilt after collapsing during his second round today.
Manager Bud Martin said Day was treated at a medical clinic nearby Chambers Bay this afternoon.
“Jason was diagnosed to have suffered from benign positional vertigo,” Martin said.
“He was treated locally by Dr. Robert Stoecker and Dr. Charles Souliere and is resting comfortably.
“His condition is being monitored closely and he is hopeful he will be able to compete this weekend in the final rounds of the US Open.
“He wants to thank all who treated him at the Franciscan Medical Group and thank all of the fans and friends who have reached out to he and his family.”