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— Bruce Lietzke, a pro golfer who won 13 Professional Golfer’s Association Tour events, died on Saturday after a year-long conflict with mind cancer.
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“Our PGA TOUR family mislaid a appreciated member with a genocide of Bruce Lietzke. He overwhelmed on tools of 5 decades as a player, competed in 700 tournaments as a member of a PGA TOUR and PGA TOUR Champions, and available a sum of 20 victories,” pronounced PGA Tour Commissioner Jay Monahan. “But to applaud Bruce Lietzke’s life properly, we offer regard to a good family male and a loving crony to many. Our deepest condolences to his wife, Rose, and his children, Stephen and Christine.”
Our friend, Bruce Lietzke, upheld divided this morning during his home in Dallas.Bruce fought a horrific cancer, glioblastoma with all he had.We hunted,we fished,but many importantly,we all laughed with “Lieky”.He was truly one of a good guys and will be missed.Pray 4 Rose a family. pic.twitter.com/BqEjRgQcqG
— Curtis Strange (@golf_strange) July 28, 2018
Lietzke, 67, was diagnosed with glioblastoma, an assertive virulent tumor, on Apr 12, 2017, according to Golf Digest.
He had medicine to mislay a growth and underwent deviation and chemotherapy treatments.
Lietzke suffered a reversal in Apr 2018 after contrast suggested tumors had returned in his brain, according to The News, a journal in Port Arthur, Texas.
The Beaumont, Texas, local played golf during a University of Houston and started his career as a veteran golfer in 1974, according to Golf Digest.
He won 7 times on a PGA Tour Champions, including a U.S. Senior Open in 2003.
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