Sunday, October 12

Seve Ballesteros Faces ‘Most Difficult Match’

A STATEMENT FROM SEVE BALLESTEROS on Sunday confirmed the fears of many: the five-time major winner has a brain tumor.

“After exhaustive checks at the hospital they have detected a brain tumor,” the statement read.

“During my career I was one of the best at getting around obstacles on golf courses. Now I want to be the best at confronting the most difficult match of my life with all my strength.”

It's not yet known whether the tumor is malignant. Seve will undergo a biopsy on Tuesday.

Famous throughout his career for miracle recoveries, ARMCHAIR GOLF will be pulling for Seve to once again escape a dire situation. If you’re a praying person, say one for Seve and his family.

−The Armchair Golfer


Double Eagle said...

Wow, I hope Seve comes out of this unscathed. A man swashbuckling enough to hit a 3-iron from a greenside bunker will certainly put up a big fight. My thoughts are with him.

John said...

Thoughts and prayers are with Seve, good posting, I like your blogs.

Hole High said...

Looks like the latest op was a success. Lets hope he recovers.