Glover awoke early Wednesday to check on his 3-month-old baby, Lucille, and accidently caught his foot on the crib, breaking the bone on the middle toe of his right foot.
Glover withdrew from Wednesday’s pro-am and received treatment for the broken bone and a cut.
“He was dead set on playing,” said Mac Barnhardt, Glover’s manager with Crown Sports. “He had to withdraw last year because of his knee and he considers this a home game. He’s determined to play if he can.”
Glover, who was born in Greenville, S.C., and went to college at Clemson, was 2 over through four holes.