Tour pro Grayson Murray recently opened up about the last six years of his life, saying his parents "have been through hell and back" with him over that time.
Murray, 29, has one career PGA Tour win and currently splits his season between the PGA Tour and its feeder circuit, the Korn Ferry Tour.
He's played in seven PGA Tour events this season, his best finish being a tie for 15th at the Puerto Rico Open in early March.
6 years and 7 months between wins for Grayson Murray.— Korn Ferry Tour (@KornFerryTour) May 21, 2023
Today he brings some long-awaited hardware home from @AHChampGolf1. pic.twitter.com/2rqZnf5aPN
In the fall of last year, Murray was set to play in the Butterfield Bermuda Championship on the PGA Tour schedule as part of the 2023 season.
However, on the Tuesday ahead of the event, Murray and his caddie, Douglas Schwimer, were involved in a scooter accident that forced Murray to withdraw and resulted in many stitches.
Seven months after the accident in Bermuda, while playing in the Korn Ferry Tour's AdventHealth Championship this week, the American shot a final-round 68 to win the tournament.
An honest conversation about mental health struggles.— Korn Ferry Tour (@KornFerryTour) May 21, 2023
Grayson Murray opens up about the last six years and his continuing fight while supporting others who battle with mental health. #MentalHealthAwarenessMonth pic.twitter.com/PrYXruKzVm
It marked the first time Murray had won since his accident, and it was his first PGA Tour-sanctioned victory since the Barbasol in 2017.
Following the victory, Murray was candid to reporters about his past few years:
“My parents have been through hell and back basically for the last six years with me fighting some mental stuff,” he added.
With the win, Murray moved up to No. 14 on the Korn Ferry Tour points list in just four starts.
Last June, Murray made headlines when he threw his club during the US Open, and also had a feud with Kevin Na.