Former US Open Champion Gary Woodland Undergoes Brain Tumor Surgery

Former US Open champion Gary Woodland, 39, who secured his major victory in 2019, has undergone surgery to remove a brain tumor. The American golfer had revealed his diagnosis last month and, after consulting with specialists and discussing the matter with his family, made the decision to proceed with the surgery.

A statement posted on Woodland’s social media accounts confirmed that a significant portion of the tumor had been successfully removed during the procedure. The statement also conveyed the family’s request for privacy as they come together to support Gary during his recovery.

Woodland, a four-time PGA Tour winner, had participated in 24 events this year, achieving top-10 finishes in two of them. The golfing world and fans worldwide extend their thoughts and prayers to Gary Woodland as he embarks on the path to recovery from this health challenge.

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