Former Masters champion Charl Schwartzel was forced to withdraw during the final round of LIV Golf's event at The Greenbrier.
Schwartzel is a part of the all-South African side Stinger, which comprises of Louis Oosthuizen, Branden Grace and Dean Burmester.
The 38-year-old began his final round on the fourth hole alongside Austrian Bernd Wiesberger and American Cameron Tringale.
LIV Golf's communications team confirmed the news by posting:
Schwartzel made a par to start his third round, made bogey at the next hole before carding four consecutive pars.
A double bogey six followed at No. 10 before he finally called it quits after playing the 11th hole.
It is not currently known what injury Schwartzel is struggling with.
Schwartzel claimed victory at the inaugural LIV Golf event near London last June but since it has been a bit of a mixed bag for the South African.
After tasting success at Centurion Club he posted three more top-10 finishes in the rival league's maiden season.
This year, his best finish came when he posted a T-7 at the breakaway's stop in Adelaide.
Schwartzel has played two majors this year. He tied for 50th at the 87th Masters and followed that with a missed cut at the 151st Open at Royal Liverpool.
This season Schwartzel has cashed for $1,879,166 in LIV events.
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