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Gary Woodland Returns Four Months After Brain Surgery


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Gary Woodland’s first event back on the PGA Tour since having a portion of a brain lesion removed approximately four months ago is this week’s Sony Open in Hawaii.

The 39-year-old Gary Woodland revealed on August 30 that he would have surgery on September 18 to remove a brain lesion. Before opting for surgery to remove the lesion, he mentioned that he had been attempting to treat the problem with medication.

Having won the PGA Tour four times, Gary Woodland will play in Honolulu’s first full-field event of the year. In 2023, he came in at position 115 in the Final FedEx Cup standings.


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