Golfing legend Ashley Greene is out of the UK

Ashley Greene, who spent more than 40 years at the Ryder Cup and Masters, has been forced to abandon his holiday plans after a severe bout of flu.

He has not been able to play golf in the United Kingdom and it is unclear when he will return.

“I was in London for the first time today, I was in a little bit of pain, so I’ve had some flu,” Mr Greene said.

“So it’s been very difficult for me to manage.”

Mr Greene is not the first Australian to cancel a trip to the United States.

In November last year, former Australia captain Rory McIlroy cancelled a trip because of the flu.

“There is nothing to worry about in terms of the schedule,” Mr McIlio said.

The former Australian Open champion said he was “feeling really good” and was looking forward to returning to the US next week for a Masters event in New Orleans.

“Hopefully, I’ll be able to get back out there and compete at some of those tournaments in New York City,” Mr McGilroy said.

“Hopefully, it’s not too late, and I’ll have a chance to get some good practice and get a bit better.”

The former pro golfers career has seen him win seven Australian Open titles, two Masters titles and three British Open titles.

AFL club officials said they were concerned about Mr Greene’s health and would consider extending his stay in the UK.

Mr Greene, 74, was diagnosed with influenza in August and has since undergone several tests and treatments, including a course of antibiotics.

He said he had been unable to play a round of golf since December, and was unable to do so at the end of the weekend because of his flu.

The former pro golfer said he has been “shaken up” by the situation and had had to take some time off work.

It is understood Mr Greene will fly to Los Angeles and then fly back to Australia via the US on Wednesday.

Australian Open champion Rory McIllroy said he would be disappointed to see Mr Greene return to the country, but would be happy to travel to the UK in the future.

Ms Greene’s last day in the country Mr McIllio said it was unfortunate that Mr Greene had to leave Australia for a holiday.

“It’s unfortunate for him, but I understand the circumstances and he’s in the hospital,” he said.

“He’s in good spirits, he’s doing well, so it’s good to see him.”

I think it’s really important for Ashley to be in a place where he’s got access to the rest of his family and friends.

“So we’ll see what happens in the next couple of weeks.”

It’s going to be tough for him.

He’s had a really good time in England, so that’s really exciting.

“Hopefully we’ll get him back on the course and do it in a way that’s enjoyable and he can enjoy himself and hopefully enjoy his golfing life.”

Australian Ryder Cup champion Rory MacGregor said he hoped Mr Greene would be able return to his golf club in New Zealand to continue to improve.

I would be really happy to see Ashley again, if I was able to come back.

He was great in the first round, and he was great last week too, so hopefully he can do well at some major tournaments, Mr MacGregors said.

Mr Greene played four rounds of golf in England in January before being diagnosed with flu.

The veteran has said he is not yet fully recovered and was not at the US Open last week, although he did have time to practise.



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