Ogilvie may be done for season with injury
- By Ryan Ballengee
- Jun 22, 2012 3:26 PM ET
Joe Ogilvie may be done for the 2012 season after he withdrew from the Travelers Championship Friday morning. Ogilvie shot a first-round 74, then went to a local hospital for an MRI. The test revealed a herniated L5-S1 disc.
"May have played my last round on the PGA Tour for 2012," Ogivlie tweeted Thursday evening.
The condition may have been worsened by playing through pain since April.
"Thank you for all the well wishes, stupid on my part for playing hurt since Houston," he said, "but thought it was just age."
Since finishing T-63 at Houston, Ogilvie has missed five of his last seven cuts.
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