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PGA Tour’s Gary Woodland rests after brain surgery

Former US Open winner Gary Woodland underwent surgery on Monday to remove a lesion from his brain.

A statement posted on Woodland’s social media accounts said “the majority of the tumor” was removed during surgery and the 39-year-old PGA Tour veteran is now resting.

Woodland announced last month that he was diagnosed with the injury earlier this year and initially tried to treat the symptoms with medication, before he and his family made the decision to try to remove the lesion by surgery.

Woodland is a four-time winner on the PGA Tour, including the 2019 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach Golf Links in California.

He has competed in 24 events this season, making 18 caps and finishing in the top 25 six times.

Woodland has not announced when he plans to return to play.


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