Skilled golfer Justin Doeden confessed to dishonest Monday within the PGA Tour Canada’s Ottawa Open.
Doeden, 28, was accused of adjusting his rating in the course of the ultimate gap of the event, and withdrew when officers from the PGA investigated, in accordance with Golf.com. He apparently modified his rating from a double-bogey 7 to a par 5, as reported by Monday Q.
“I’m right here to admit of the largest mistake I’ve made in my life up to now. I cheated in golf. This isn’t who I’m. I let my sponsors down. I let my rivals down. I let my household down. I let myself down. I pray on your forgiveness. John 1:9,” Doeden wrote on Twitter, Monday, following the revelations from Monday Q.
I’m right here to admit of the largest mistake I’ve made in my life up to now. I cheated in golf. This isn’t who I’m. I let my sponsors down. I let my rivals down. I let my household down. I let myself down. I pray on your forgiveness. John 1:9 @acaseofthegolf1
— Justin Doeden (@jdoeden11) July 24, 2023
It’s believed that, at scoring, Doeden’s card was confirmed and signed. He then requested for it again to test a number of issues, which is when he’s believed to have modified the ultimate rating. Two gamers seen the change and advised officers, in accordance with sources who spoke with Monday Q.
The unique rating has been erased and rewritten on the cardboard. (RELATED: John Daly Shares His Blunt Ideas On Biden Voters, Clinton’s Golf Sport)
Doedon initially hails from Minnesota and started enjoying golf professionally in 2018. He’s performed some 43 occasions with the Canadian Tour, together with PGA Tour, Korn Ferry, and a slew of others, Monday Q famous.