October 6, 2014
He is the missing man among Canadians on the PGA TOUR.
Graham DeLaet has full status on the world's top professional golf circuit but the Saskatchewan native has not played an event since the CJ Cup @ Nine Bridges in Korea in October, 2017 due to a debilitating back injury. He withdrew at that event after a second round 80.
Since then DeLaet has endured multiple medical procedures to assist with his issue, including surgery and stem cell treatment.
All the while DeLaet retains status on the Tour through a Major Medical Extension which he can take advantage of once he is ready.
On Wednesday the 37-year-old former Presidents Cup International Team member provided an update to his status that was greeted warmly by curious golf fans.
Since joining the PGA TOUR, the Boise State graduate has posted 33 top-ten finishes and earned more than $11M.
Now it appears that, come September, his recovery will be complete and he is planning to return as the 2019/2010 PGA TOUR season begins.
In a post on his Twitter account DeLaet shared, "I've been receiving a lot of questions on when I will be returning to golf, so I wanted to provide an…
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