Brian Morris, a 27-year old golfer with terminal cancer and no tournament wins to his name is making waves this week, as he made his debut on the PGA Tour. After winning the Golf Association of Philadelphia amateur championship in 2011, Morris was diagnosed with Burkitt Lymphoma at age 19.
The young player battled through chemotherapy and radiation treatment for three years before returning to competitive golfing in 2016. His last win came during that time frame when he shot 72 at Audubon Championship – which would be enough for second place today – but since then has been backsliding fast towards death’s door after two major setbacks: outgrowing his support system and turning pro too soon.,Brian Morris, the Pro Golfer Battling Terminal Cancer Who Miraculously Makes His PGA Tour Debut This Week, Is the Best Sports Story You’ll See This Year. Read more in detail here: brian morris golf.

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