Hayden Springer

The story of a golfer who won the right to participate in the next season of the PGA Tour amidst the sorrow of losing his young daughter was revealed.

The Associated Press and Reuters reported that Hayden Springer (26, USA), who lost his 3-year-old daughter a month ago, scored a total of 8 under par 272 strokes at the PGA Tour Qualifying School, which ended on the 19th (Korean time) in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, USA. , reported that with a tie for 4th place, they won the right to participate in next season, which is given to the top 5 players.

Springer’s daughter, Sage, was born with severe developmental disabilities.

His daughter underwent heart surgery when she was four months old, and even after that, she had a difficult life going back and forth between home and the hospital.

Springer, who turned pro in 2019, won two wins in the lower league of the PGA Tour held in Canada this year and qualified for the final round of Qualifying School, but his daughter ended up passing away a month ago.

“My daughter was a fighter (who battled the disease),” Springer said in an interview with the PGA Tour after the game. “I don’t think about golf now, I just think about her smile.”

“She was a joyful girl and she really loved her life,” Springer’s wife, Emma, ​​cried in a video posted on the PGA Tour website. 19가이드03

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