Billy Horschel has withdrawn from the third round of The Players Championship due to illness.
Horschel was level-par for the tournament thru 49 holes when play was suspended on Sunday evening.
But the former FedEx Cup champion was unable to return to the course on Monday to see out the third round due to feeling unwell.
It is understood Horschel has a sinus infection.
Horschel will collect $40,000 because he made the cut, but he will not pick up any FedEx Cup points.
Billy Horschel is a WD from THE PLAYERS Championship due to illness.— PGA TOUR Communications (@PGATOURComms) March 14, 2022
Not strange considering he was the only one playing in short sleeves on Saturday— anderstudy (@anderstudy) March 14, 2022
BIILLLLLLYYYYY NOOOOOOOO— Travel4Bucks (@BucksTravel4) March 14, 2022
We have not received comment from Horschel's camp but we hope the BMW PGA champion feels better soon.
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Horschel is currently ranked 23rd in the Official World Golf Rankings.
The American landed the DP World Tour's flagship event of the year at the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth last year, and he has continued to impress in 2022.
Horschel had played in six events in 2022 prior to this week's WD at The Players Championship, highlighted by a tie for sixth at the WM Phoenix Open and tie for second last week at the Arnold Palmer Invitational.