I thought that at first, and then after re-reading the quote, I think they're clearly still on speaking terms. Here's the quote: "I'm blaming him for nothing,'' Day said of Swatton. "The last couple of weeks were tough. I never wanted it to turn into a toxic relationship, where he's taken me from where I was as a 12-year-old kid to where I am today and I'm not talking to him anymore.'' I think he's saying he didn't want it to get to the point where they are no longer speaking. I mean, the guy is staying on as his swing coach. Swatton basically stepped into the role of Jason's father after his real father died when he was 12, and I think most pro athletes (especially golfers) go through this with their father's at some point, where they have to finally "move on" from their father-as-coach relationship and become their own man/woman. I think it just happened a bit later on for Day than it has for many others. At least, I really hope that's the case here, and they aren't deep sixing what has been a really important and special relationship for both of them.