Golfer Grayson Murray dies after withdrawing from a PGA tournament on Friday


American golfer Grayson Murray died this Saturday after withdrawing on Friday due to “illness” from the Charles Schwab Challenge tournament being held in Texas (United States).

The PGA Tour announced the sad news without details of the cause of death of the 30-year-old, two-time winner of the American tour. “We were devastated to learn, and heartbroken to share, that Grayson Murray passed away this morning,” said PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan.

“I am speechless. The PGA Tour is a family, and when you lose a member of your family, you are never the same again. We mourn Grayson and pray for comfort for his loved ones,” he added about the world number 46 , after winning the Sony Open in Hawaii last January.

Murray, from North Carolina and a member of the PGA since 2016, withdrew from the Colonial Country Club course in Fort Worth during the second day, after 16 of the 18 holes on Friday, due to some type of illness or discomfort that was not revealed.