Jordan Spieth isn't the only player who starts a new year with a tough act to follow.
Jason Day had a monster year in golf with five wins and his first major championship. His hopes for 2016 are to win as often as he can, return to No. 1 and become the dominant player in golf.
The first step is the Hyundai Tournament of Champions. Day has more rust than anyone at Kapalua because he hasn't played since the Presidents Cup on Oct. 11.
That doesn't mean he hasn't been in the news.
Day was courtside at a Cleveland Cavaliers game when LeBron James went after a loose ball and crashed into Day's wife. He also was seen holding a video camera on the sidelines of a Detroit Lions game.