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The 1991 PGA and 1995 British Open winner flew home to seek treatment, which included a cortisone injection.
“I went and visited a doctor in Tampa who gave me a cortisone injection the Sunday before the Transitions Championship,” he said.
England’s David Horsey won his second European Tour title last year, making a hole-in-one and winning with a birdie on the second hole of a playoff
The tournament is being held for a second year on the exclusive Royal Course that was built for the late King of Morocco, Hassan II, and only used by his two sons and guests. The Robert Trent Jones Sr.-designed Palais Royal sits inside the walls of the Royal Palace of Agadir.
“It’s a bit like the Sage Valley course in South Carolina and not far from Augusta with regards to exclusivity,” Daly said. “You could tell it’s a Robert Trent Jones course straight away what with the run offs around the greens.”
Daly said he’ll play the Sicilian Open next week and attend the Masters _ not competing but selling his clothing line and accessories close to Augusta National.
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