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Bryson DeChambeau will not play this week’s PGA.

The 28-year-old had travelled to Southern Hills and practiced on Tuesday and Wednesday.

But he has declared himself not ready to participate in the second major of the year.

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DeChambeau has not played since undergoing surgery on a fractured bone in his hand following the Masters.

He has struggled with hand and hip injuries throughout this year, withdrawing from a number of tournaments.

After careful consideration, I have decided to WD from the PGA Championship,” he wrote on Twitter.

“I want to make a full return when I am 100% ready to compete at golf’s highest level. Thank you all for the continued support!”

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He appeared at Southern Hills with his hand heavily bandaged, having posted several pictures on social media of his post-surgery scar.

The American also aggravated his hand injury playing table tennis at the Saudi International earlier this year.

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