Danielle Kang has announced she will return to the LPGA Tour after taking a break to focus on her health. the 29-year-old American revealed at the US Women’s Open in June that she was playing with a spinal tumor
Last update: 08/09/22 8:30 p.m.
Danielle Kang will return to the LPGA Tour later this month at the CP Women’s Open in Ottawa, Canada.
The 29-year-old American star has not played since revealing at the US Women’s Open in early June that she had a spinal tumour. She endured back pain for several months before being diagnosed.
Kang made the cut at the US Women’s Open and finished tied for 63rd. She then returned home to Nevada for further testing.
“I know you missed us… See you at @cpwomensopen in two weeks,” Kang said on his social media platforms on Tuesday.
The CP Women’s Open begins August 25 at the Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club.
Kang has six LPGA Tour victories, including a major, the 2017 PGA Women’s Championship. Her most recent victory came in January at the LPGA Tournament of Champions.