Almost two months after having brain surgery, 2019 U.S. Open champ Gary Woodland posted a video of himself hitting golf balls at a driving range. The 39-year-old underwent surgery on September 18 to remove a lesion. Woodland, who previously tried treating his symptoms with medication, expressed his gratitude for the “unconditional love and support” in a social media post. The golfer was last seen competing at the Wyndham Championship in August and concluded his message with a positive note, “I look forward to seeing you all next year.”
In the photo gallery, Woodland is also seen participating in various other golf tournaments and events throughout the years, showcasing his years of dedication and commitment to the sport.
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