Minutes before his second turn tee time on Friday, 2016 Masters champion Danny Willett withdrew from a 2017 U.S. Open due to a behind injury.
Willett shot an opening turn 81 on Thursday — a misfortune measure of a margin by 18 holes — and was on lane to skip a cut going into a weekend by some-more than a few strokes.
He was upbeat after Thursday’s turn notwithstanding his bad opening and poked fun during himself on amicable media. However, after withdrawing on Friday, he took to Twitter to demonstrate his disappointment both with his diversion and with his body.
A year after sporting a immature coupler during a Masters in championship conform in 2016, Willett missed a cut going into a weekend during Augusta in Apr and has struggled with his diversion as he alluded to in his twitter by job this “another unsatisfactory week.”
Willett available 3 tip 10 finishes in 2016 though has not finished in a tip 10 in any eventuality in 2017.