PGA reportedly suspends Matt Every for three months

The PGA Tour has suspended Matt Every for three months for "conduct unbecoming a professional," according to Golfweek sources.

Every was arrested on July 6 at the Isle Casino Hotel in Bettendorf, Iowa, and charged with possession of a controlled substance. At the time, Every was entered in the John Deere Classic. (He would end up T56.) His management company denied Every had marijuana in his possession.

However, Every did not comment on this most recent news. The PGA Tour also declined comment, as it always does in matters relating to players' conduct and possible suspension.

Where it gets even more treacherous for Every is the fact that he needs to get into the top 125 to hold onto his PGA Tour card, but he only has one event left in which he'll be eligible. He can play in the Children's Miracle Network Classic, but he currently sits 144th on the money list -- a ranking that will certainly fall even further in the next three months.

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