Seamus Power has been forced to withdraw from the forthcoming Irish Open and BMW PGA Championship.
But it's been a tough few months for the 36-year-old tour pro who has been struggling with a hip injury.
The injury has been plaguing Power for quite some time. He withdrew after the first round of the Scottish Open at the Renaissance Club.
And while he teed it up at the 151st Open at Royal Liverpool a week later he missed the cut.
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The golfer did make it to the postseason on the PGA Tour after finishing a career high 41st in the FedEx Cup standings.
He tied for dead last in the first playoff event in Memphis which was still good enough to make it to the BMW Championship but he failed to advance to the season-ending Tour Championship at East Lake after finishing 48th in the 50-man field.
Power started the 2022-2023 season off in style, winning the Butterfield Bermuda Championship for his second PGA Tour victory.
This season he has collected $3,792,807 in prize money and has qualified for next year's lucrative 'signature' events with bumper prize purses.
The DP World Tour has not provided details on his withdrawals from the BMW PGA Championship and Irish Open.
The tournament will be headlined by Rory McIlroy. There were fears the Ulsterman would withdraw from this tournament after suffering a back injury a week before the Tour Championship.
He battled through and confirmed he had no plans to skip the tournament.
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