PGA Tour golfer Gary Woodland may have surgical procedure on Sept. 18 to take away a lesion from his mind, he introduced on X on Wednesday.
Woodland, 39, mentioned his situation was identified a number of months in the past and that he had been attempting to deal with signs with medicine.
“I needed to share a latest well being improvement with you,” Woodland wrote. “On Sept. 18th, I will be having surgical procedure to take away a lesion discovered on my mind. I used to be identified a number of months in the past and have been attempting to deal with signs with medicine. After consulting with a number of specialists and discussing with my household, we have made the choice that surgical procedure to take away the lesion is the perfect plan of action.
“I am in good spirits with my household and staff by my aspect and so grateful for the love and help of everybody.”
Woodland is a four-time winner on the PGA Tour, together with the 2019 U.S. Open at Pebble Seaside Golf Hyperlinks in California.
In 2017, Woodland and his spouse, Gabby, had been anticipating twins once they misplaced their daughter three months earlier than their son Jaxson was born 10 weeks untimely, weighing 3 kilos. They suffered two miscarriages the following yr. Woodland and his spouse had twin ladies, Maddox and Lennox, in August 2019.