European Tour golfer and Crouch Logistics ambassador Jason Palmer has missed a significant chunk of the main tour season through a serious wrist injury that has curtailed his ability to compete and play alongside the biggest names in the sport.
However after a recent cortisone injection and the subsequent recovery time, Jason was able to last compete for the first time at his home club, Kirby Muxloe’s, annual Pro-Medal, a competition he successfully defended following his victory in 2014.
Despite the lack of practice over the last few months and significant discomfort during the round, Jason’s first full round in several months, the PING professional fired six birdies on the way to signing for a four under par round of 67.
Kirby Muxloe head professional Bruce Whipman commented, “We were delighted Jason was able to play and that he retained his pro-individual title”.
Jason has been granted a 2016 European Tour medical extension and will work hard in the off season to maximise his chances of returning to main tour action early in 2016.