Wilmington, Cameron Smith decided to retire

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Wilmington, Cameron Smith decided to retire

Australian Cameron Smith decided on Monday to withdraw from the BMW Championship in Wilmington, Delaware, citing hip discomfort. It was through his agent Bud Martin that the current number 3 of the FedEx Cup Cameron Smith informed the PGA Tour of his decision to skip the 2nd tournament of the Playoffs.

Cameron Smith, statements

“Unfortunately, Cam will not be able to compete in the BMW Championship this week in Wilmington. He has had to deal with hip discomfort for some time. It's been going on for several months and he felt it was best to rest this week in his quest for the FedEx Cup.

» The winner of The Open, oddly penalized an hour before his start of the 4th round on Sunday for an offense committed during the 3rd round, is also announced on the LIV Golf at the end of the season. Cameron Smith (born August 18, 1993 in Brisbane) is an Australian golfer.

He takes to the PGA Tour of Australasia and PGA Tour circuits, and has eight professional successes including the prestigious British Open in 2022. Cameron Smith was born in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. he grew up there in the footsteps of his father, a golf player, Des Smith.

He became a golf professional in 2013 and declared that his goal was to be the best player in the world2. He has been coached by Grant Field since 2013 who is paid $90 an hour, just as humble as Smith. He first joined the PGA Tour of Australasia circuit and the Asian circuit "Asian Tour", and revealed himself by winning a fourth place at the 2015 American Open during which he made an eagle on the 18th on the 72nd hole with two shots.

of the winner Jordan Spieth. This performance then allows him to integrate full-time on the "PGA Tour" circuit from the year 2016. He won on July 17, 2022 at the British Open by winning the Old Course record (-20) held by Tiger Woods since 20001.

This year 2022 he achieved many leading performances with a victory at the Players Championship (considered the fifth major of the season) and a third place at the Augusta1 Masters. This series of performance allows him to reach second place in the world on July 18, 2022 behind the American Scottie Scheffler.

Although he was four strokes behind leader Rory McIlroy on the last day, Smith won with a one stroke lead over Cameron Young1. The last Australian to win the British Open was Greg Norman twenty-eight years ago.