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Even the best athletes need a little down time — just ask former world No. 1 golfer Jason Day.

CNN Living Golf host Shane O’Donoghue caught up with the Australian to get an idea of what would make Jason’s perfect day…

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Jason’s perfect song?

“If I’m working out, it has to be a house or EDM kind of jam,” says Day, reflecting on his early-morning routine.

“But I mean right now I’m listening to a lot of Australian old bands, like Eskimo Joe, The Superjesus, Powderfinger, Silverchair and all these old bands I grew up listening to.”

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Jason’s perfect breakfast?

“Two eggs, a cup of egg whites, and a piece of toast buttered with Vegemite on it,” says Day. “Maybe one or two bits of bacon and a green tea.”

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Jason’s perfect playing partners?

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“If it was a perfect day, it would be Tiger Woods, Col Swatton [caddy] and I’d like to throw my dad in there,” smiles Day. “If not I’d throw Bud Martin [agent] in there!”

The conclusion to Jason’s perfect day?

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“I’d have a family dinner and probably eat [my wife] Ellie’s lasagne,” says Day, envisaging his dream evening.

“Ellie’s lasagne is off the charts and if we ever started a restaurant I think that would be one of the signature dishes.

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“My agent actually drives three hours just to get the bloody thing, so lasagne and spending [the evening] with family.”