A PGA golfer and a former National Hockey League player were both seriously injured in a one-car accident on Friday night after The Memorial golf tournament outside Columbus, Ohio.
DUBLIN, Ohio - PGA Tour player Bud Cauley had surgery Sunday in a Columbus, Ohio, hospital to treat injuries he suffered in a vehicle crash on Friday evening after he missed the cut at the Memorial Tournament.
The accident apparently happened in Dublin, Ohio, where the Memorial is taking place. He's had successful surgery, but has no timetable on a return to the PGA Tour. "I can't thank my family and friends enough for visiting, sending me notes or just being with me and heloing me through a very tough time".
He is No. 141 in the world ranking.
"It calmed me a lot after seeing him", Thomas said Saturday. "I couldn't hit a shot, couldn't play a hole without thinking about him".
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Thomas said one of the other passengers was former National Hockey League defenseman James Wisniewski, a friend of his and Cauley's, and two other friends of Wisniewski whom he did not know. Cauley missed the cut at the Memorial Tournament this week and was set to peg it at the U.S. Open qualifier next Monday in Memphis.
Thomas later posted on Twitter: "Not many people I love more in this world than my guy BC".
"Was a rough night's sleep last night. But he's doing a lot better". "Prayers are needed and all we can do is hope for the best!"
Cauley has yet to win on the PGA Tour, though he earned a PGA Tour card at age 21 without having to go through Q-school.