PGA Tour make unsurprising Viktor Hovland announcement

Viktor Hovland, who is presumably exhausted, has opted not to participate in this week’s PGA Tour event following yet another close call in a major championship.

Viktor Hovland, who is presumably worn out, has opted to withdraw from this week’s PGA Tour event after suffering a severe defeat in his attempt to win a major championship.

Hovland finished solo third at the second men’s major of the year last Sunday after making a three-putt on the last green at Valhalla Golf Club.

If he had made the birdie putt, he would have tied Bryson DeChambeau for the lead in the clubhouse. Instead, he would have anxiously awaited to see if Xander Schauffele had the necessary stones to make a clutch putt in the final moments.

Hovland was sadly unable to warm up at the range in preparation for a possible playoff at the PGA Championship due to his closing bogey.

Following his most recent significant setback, Hovland expressed his satisfaction to reporters by saying that he had returned to his game.

However, he’s made the decision to withdraw from the Charles Schwab Challenge this week.

Wesley Bryan has taken his place in the field; the PGA Tour’s official communications team confirmed the news on Sunday night.

The top-ranked player in the world, Scottie Scheffler, is still competing in the event at Colonial Country Club, despite a turbulent week that included his arrest and accusation of assaulting a police officer following a collision outside Valhalla.

According to the most recent reports, the two-time Masters champion’s charges may be dropped after it was discovered that his shocking arrest was not captured on body cam.

Regarding Hovland, the RBC Canadian Open is probably going to be his next PGA Tour event the following month.

Hovland admits how dire his game was

Despite a difficult period, Hovland, the current FedEx Cup champion, seems to have returned to his best after a six-month hiatus.

Joe Mayo, his golf coach, has been rehired by him, and their time together seems to have paid off right away.

Hovland has avoided talking too much about what was happening in his ears, but following his third round last week, he made a startling admission.

Hovland’s situation had gotten so bad that he was considering skipping the major entirely.

He said on Sirius XM PGA Tour radio, “I was almost thinking about pulling out of this event just because I wasn’t playing well at all.”

Hovland let down his guard and said, “I shouldn’t have said that.”

Luke Donald, his captain for the Ryder Cup, is one man who has never wavered in his faith, despite all of his difficulties.

“He’s a little bit of a perfectionist in golf and always searching to get better,” Donald said to reporters. He had a few teachers who were probably not the best fit for him.

He’s so gifted that I wasn’t overly concerned about him. I believe he was just waiting for the right emotions to come through in his swing.

“He’s such a great ball striker and we saw one of the best players who is been in the game for the last couple of years.”

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