Pnow Brian Morris It was much more than two rounds of golf in the Butterfield Bermuda Championship, where he did not make the cut after signing two rounds of 89 and 92 (+39 in total).
It marked his debut on the PGA Tour – with an exemption from the sponsor for local players – but, above all, the ‘home’ event served to gather most of his family members, who came to watch him play. “On the PGA Tour there will always be a tournament where my name appears”Morris commented excitedly after finishing his participation.
However, the most beautiful thing was what he explained himself: “I’ve seen my family and friends here. I don’t know if I’ll ever see them again, you know? It means a lot. It’s huge. Never forget this and be with me forever.”. Recall that the golfer was diagnosed almost two years ago with terminal cancer. Its stage is IV, the most advanced.
We already told her story a few days ago. In December 2019, a malignant brain tumor and soon they discovered that the cancer was also in her stomach and esophagus. Since then he started chemotherapy and even follows an experimental treatment. The competitive tension usually allows him to play 18 holes when he can, but then he realizes that he is going straight to sleep.
The promising golfer Sahith Theegala, who shares a game with Brian and this Michael Sims’ cousin, recounted Morris’s last putt: “I felt chills. I was on the verge of tears. golf is just such a small part of life. “
Morris himself has already said that he lives an “extension”, he does not know how long, but he is undoubtedly taking advantage of it. Brian Morris, forever remain an example of struggle.