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McGinley withdraws from USPGA

Published 28/07/2014 | 11:14

Paul McGinley will not play at the USPGA Championship in Kentucky
Paul McGinley will not play at the USPGA Championship in Kentucky

European Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley has withdrawn from the USPGA Championship due to a shoulder injury.

The 47-year-old missed the Alstom Open de France at the beginning of July as a bout of bursitis affected the mobility in his left shoulder and the condition has ruled him out of next week's major at Valhalla Golf Club.

The Irishman had a scan during the Scottish Open and a period of rest has now been prescribed.

McGinley said: "The scan showed that I really needed to rest my shoulder for a couple of months if I am to address the injury properly and so, because of that, I have regrettably had to withdraw from the USPGA Championship.

"It's a pity because I would have loved to have teed up at Valhalla but I assessed the situation over the past couple of weeks during my family holiday and I think this is the sensible decision.

"It's not just during the week of the tournament itself that is the problem, it is the fact that the injury also hampers my normal preparation for events and you do not want to be going into any tournament - far less a major championship - not properly prepared."

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