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The German had planned to say goodbye this coming April from the Augusta Masters

A serious injury changes the immediate plans of Bernhard Langer

Bernhard Langer © PGA Tour
Bernhard Langer © PGA Tour

A few days ago we told you that Bernhard Langer, golf legend, had decided to say goodbye to the Masters of Augusta, a tournament he won twice, playing it for the last time next April. The German golfer himself assured that this 2024 would probably also be his last participation in the US Open, an event for which he secured a place by winning the US Senior Open last season. However, his immediate plans have taken a 180-degree turn…

The PGA Tour, on behalf of Langer, has published a note this afternoon indicating that yesterday, during practices in Boca Raton, the German golfer broke his Achilles tendon. “Today I will undergo surgery to repair the injury, which will cause me to lose some time playing competitive golf while I recover,” says Bernhard in this public statement.

“Throughout my career, faith and family have been my pillars, they have given me strength and guided me in difficult times. I will lean on both to compete again. I appreciate the support of everyone during this time, and I look forward to seeing the fans and my colleagues on the field soon,” he concluded. Unfortunately, his passage through Augusta in this 2024 will probably be limited only to the Champions Dinner and watching the tournament from the outside. His farewell may have to wait…