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    Brian Gay: Gay has second thumb surgery in eight months

    Brian Gay - G - PGA - May. 30 - 1:26 am et

    Brian Gay underwent surgery on his left thumb on Tuesday, May 19, and remains out indefinitely.
    Gay wife's, Kimberly, shared a post-op photo on Twitter, which you can see at the link below. Three days later, she tweeted that it's his second thumb surgery in eight months. It was in early October that Brian's caddie, Kip Henley, conveyed on Twitter that his boss was out with a thumb injury. Until Kimberley alerted her followers about the second surgery, we didn't know that Brian even had one. He hasn't played this season and figures not to return for months. So, expect him to open 2015-16 with a Major Medical Extension in the vicinity of 26 starts. The four-time PGA TOUR winner is 43 years of age. May. 30 - 1:26 am et
    Source: Kimberly Gay on Twitter

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