Ludvig Aberg’s Knee Injury Revealed at Memorial Tournament

PGA Tour star Ludvig Aberg faced questions about his knee injury following the second round of the Memorial Tournament. Aberg, who previously mentioned his knee was feeling ‘good’ despite wearing a brace, has now confirmed a partial tear in the meniscus of his left knee. The injury was reportedly sustained while lifting weights in the gym.

Despite the injury, Aberg continues to perform well on the course, currently sitting at 4-under par in solo sixth place at Murifield Village. When pressed for details about his knee, Aberg declined to comment, stating it was a private matter between himself and his doctors.

The news comes as Aberg trails behind World No.1 Scottie Scheffler by five shots, as Scheffler aims for his fifth win in his last eight starts on the PGA Tour. Stay tuned for more updates on Aberg’s performance and recovery.