Grayson Murray, American professional, has died at the age of 30 after withdrawing from the Colonial PGA: PPTVHD36

Grayson Murray, American professional golfer, has died at the age of 30, one day after withdrawing from the Charles Schwab Cup Challenge in Colonial, Texas.

The two-time PGA Tour champion died last Saturday morning. Details about his death were not immediately available. There was only shock and sadness from the PGA Tour management team.

“I have no words. The PGA Tour is a family. When you lose a family member it will never be the same again. We are mourning Grayson and praying for the comfort of his loved ones,” said PGA Tour Commissioner Jay Monahan.

Monahan added that he spoke with Murray's parents to express their condolences. They asked for the match to continue in Fort Worth, Texas. “Grayson is an unbelievable player. But he is a very brave person. I've always liked that about him.

While GSE Worldwide is his management company, they confirmed the death, saying they were devastated, and said: “We will suspend comment until we know more details.” “But we are sorry for his family, friends and everyone who loved him during this difficult time.”

As for Grayson's performance, he opened the 2024 season by winning the Sony Open in Hawaii, USA.

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