Gary Woodland, a member of the PGA Tour, says he will have surgery to have a brain lesion removed.

Gary Woodland, a member of the PGA Tour, says he will have surgery to have a brain lesion removed.

The PGA Tour player Gary Woodland has announced that he would have surgery to have a brain lesion removed. Gary Woodland disclosed that the lesion had just been discovered. The American’s biggest triumph was the 2019 US Open, which he won at Pebble Beach.The latest recent information on international sports is available on By Isabel Baldwin for Review: August 30, 2023, 12:36 EDT

PGA Tour golfer Gary Woodland has disclosed he will undergo brain surgery to remove a lesion. The 39-year-old made the statement on X, formerly known as Twitter, on Wednesday. He said his ailment was discovered a few months ago and that he had been trying to treat symptoms with medication.

The 2019 US Open winner, though, will now receive the therapy on September 18. In his letter, Woodland said, “I wanted to share a recent health development with you.” On September 18, I’ll undergo surgery to remove a lesion that was found on my brain.I’ve been striving to manage my symptoms with medication ever since I received my diagnosis a few months ago.

We have talked to many doctors and my family and have determined that the best course of action is to have the tumor surgically removed. I’m really happy to have my family and team on my side. I appreciate the kindness and support of everyone. Woodland only managed two top-10 performances in 24 PGA Tour outings this season, and he missed the playoffs after coming in 94th in the FedEx Cup standings.He last competed in the Wyndham Championship from August 7 to 11, where he tied for 27th place.

When Woodland overcame Brooks Koepka to win the US Open at Pebble Beach in 2019, it was the biggest victory of his career. It was also his lone and final major championship. Woodland attended Washburn University, where he played basketball, then after his first year transferred to the University of Kansas, where he now plays golf. Woodland and his wife Gabby lost their daughter three months before their son Jaxson, who was born 10 weeks early and weighed three pounds, even though they were expecting twins in 2017.Before the couple welcomed Maddox and Lennox as twin girls in August 2019, Gabby miscarried once more the following year.

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