One day after winning the AT&T Byron Nelson, Billy Horschel was surprised by a text he received from his wife, Brittany. Horschel was at a charity event for fellow Tour pro Ryan Palmer when Brittany explained that she planned to release a public statement on Twitter detailing her ongoing battle with alcoholism. In it she explained that she has been sober for a year but spent more than two months last summer in a treatment facility in South Florida, leaving Billy to care for their 18-month old daughter while playing full-time on the PGA Tour. Obviously I mentioned something in my interview about how the last year has been a little bit of a struggle personally, off the golf course and everything," Horschel said Tuesday on "Morning Drive." "I called her and said, 'Hey, you don't have to do this.
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One of the most entertaining players in the women's game is leaving the LPGA. According to a Reuters report, Ha Na Jang is rescinding her LPGA membership and will return to play full-time in her native South Korea beginning next month. She is expected to hold a news conference on Tuesday to address the decision. Jang, 25, won three LPGA titles last year and added a fourth in February at the ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open. Jang quickly became known for her post-victory celebrations, but she struggled to distance herself from a freak accident involving her father and fellow LPGA star In Gee Chun. In March 2016, Jang's father dropped a travel bag down an escalator at the Singapore airport that