Grayson Murray cause of death revealed after golfer’s suicide confirmed by parents

Following his suicide, golfer Grayson Murray’s cause of death has been determined. This past weekend, his parents paid tribute to their son, stating that he was “loved and will be missed.”

Carbon monoxide poisoning has been determined to be Grayson Murray’s cause of death.

According to The Daily Mail, he and his fiancĂ©e had been living in his Florida home when police were called to the area at approximately 10:30 on Saturday morning. Less than 24 hours after he withdrew from the Charles Schwab Challenge in Fort Worth, Texas, he was discovered. After the second round on Friday, Murray told his playing partners he wasn’t feeling well and left the course.

Over the years, the 30-year-old had been transparent about his battles with alcoholism and his mental health. He sought sobriety and regained his spot on the PGA Tour last year.

Over the weekend, his distraught family shared a statement following their learning of their son’s passing.

Murray’s parents said, “We have spent the last 24 hours trying to come to terms with the fact that our son is gone.” “It seems strange that we have to acknowledge it to the outside world in addition to ourselves. It is a bad dream.”

“There are a ton of questions that remain unanswered. Just one, though. Was Grayson cherished? Yes, is the response. By all of his friends, by his fellow players, by us, by his brother Cameron, by his sister Erica, by his extended family, and, it appears, by many of you who are reading this. He will be missed and will always be loved.

“We are grateful for the overwhelming support we have received from the PGA TOUR and the golf community as a whole. Grayson’s life wasn’t always easy, and even though he ended his own life, we know he is now at peace.

“As we process this terrible tragedy, kindly respect our privacy and show one another kindness in memory of Grayson. We wouldn’t need anything more if that turned out to be his legacy. I’m grateful.

Heartbreaking scenes arose during the weekend’s golf action as Murray’s peers processed the news of his passing. During the TV broadcast, Jim Nantz and Trevor Immelman of CBS fought back tears as they provided viewers with information.

According to his caddie, Jay Green, Grayson was the best of the best. “He was not only an amazing, considerate, and giving employer, but he was also an even better friend,” Green wrote in a text message sent through GolfChannel. He really would go above and beyond for anybody. I feel so bad for his family because they are the best. All of us will sincerely miss him.”

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