PGA Tour Champion Grayson Murray's death was caused by suicide

Twice PGA Tour champion Grayson Murray, aged 30, passed away on Saturday, with his parents confirming on Sunday that the cause was suicide. The American golfer’s death occurred a day after he pulled out of the Charles Schwab Challenge in Fort Worth, Texas.

The PGA Tour considered delaying the event, but Murray’s parents requested the tournament continue. “We would like to thank the PGA Tour and the entire golfing community for their overwhelming support,” said Eric and Terry Murray in a statement released via the PGA Tour.

“Grayson’s life was not always smooth, and while he chose to end it himself, we believe he is now at peace.” Murray began his professional career in 2015 and claimed his first PGA Tour victory in 2017. Following his triumph at this year’s Sony Open in Hawaii, he achieved a career-high ranking of 46th in the world.

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