Grayson Murray Injured In Terrifying Scooter Accident

Grayson Murray Injured In Terrifying Scooter Accident

A violent scooter accident last week in Bermuda left professional golfer Grayson Murray unconscious and caused him to withdraw from a PGA Tour competition. According to VCP Golf, Murray, who was scheduled to compete in the 2022 Butterfield Bermuda Championship, was returning to his hotel on a scooter at 4 PM.

Murray steered close to the centre line as he turned around a bend in the road. Unluckily for the golfer, a vehicle travelling in the opposite direction was also moving close to the centre, which led to the 29-year-collision old’s with the front corner of the car, throwing him off his bike and sending him rolling many feet.

 A violent scooter accident last week in Bermuda left professional golfer Grayson Murray unconscious and caused him to withdraw from a PGA Tour competition. According to VCP Golf, Murray, who was scheduled to compete in the 2022 Butterfield Bermuda Championship, was returning to his hotel on a scooter at 4 PM.

Murray steered close to the centre line as he turned around a bend in the road. Unluckily for the golfer, a vehicle travelling in the opposite direction was also moving close to the centre, which led to the 29-year-collision old’s with the front corner of the car, throwing him off his bike and sending him rolling many feet.

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Murray doesn’t remember every detail of the incident, but he does recall telling witnesses that his knee hurt a lot. “Riding on the opposite side of the road is already strange, and the roads in Bermuda are narrow and dodgy,” Murray said when asked who was to blame for the accident.

For your information, tourists in the area are not allowed to rent cars, therefore Murray and his caddie were travelling on scooters. Murray told Golfweek, “Honestly, I’m pretty fortunate because the helmet protected me. “I would try to play if it weren’t for my knee and the stitches in my left hand.”

On Thursday, Murray shared a picture on Instagram with the thumbs-up sign, letting everyone know he was going home. “I appreciate all the assistance I had over the past couple of days from the PGA tour crew as well as the kind words from you all and the players/caddies. lots of love”  Stay well, Grayson.