PGA Tour Golfer Dies a Day After Suddenly Withdrawing from Tournament

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Months after winning the Sony Open in Hawaii, PGA Tour golfer Grayson Murray died Saturday at the age of 30.

No details were given about the cause of his death.

Murray had been playing in the Charles Schwab Challenge at Colonial Country Club in Forth Worth.

After a first-found 68, he struggled in the second round on Friday and made three straight bogeys on holes 14-16, according to Golf Digest.

At that point he withdrew from play, citing an illness.

Alcohol addiction and depression had stalked Murray for several years, but his Sony Open win followed two 2023 wins on the Korn Ferry Tour that allowed him to regain his PGA Tour card.

After his January victory, Murray said, “It’s not easy. I wanted to give up a lot of times. Give up on myself. Give up on the game of golf. Give up on life, at times.”

Peter Malnati played with Grayson Murray during the first …

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