Please pray and keep Garry in your thoughts as he goes through this difficult period.
"Garry Beattie, diagnosed with a brain tumour that forced doctors to perform emergency surgery and left him in an induced coma for eight days, is using golf and a dry sense of humour to help him cope with the health crisis.
Looking back, Garry Beattie is glad he doesn’t remember.
He’s glad he doesn’t remember anything that led up to him being in the hospital, diagnosed with a brain tumour that forced doctors to perform emergency surgery and left him in an induced coma for eight days.
Two weeks are gone.
'I woke up with no memory of it, which obviously was a great thing,' he says, relaxing on a sunlit chair in his Bedford home, Clyde the pug on his lap.
'I didn’t go through it, but my family did.'
It happened almost two years ago, as he and his wife, Lori Duggan, were returning from a trip to the Masters with friends.
The last thing Beattie remembers is that they had enjoyed a beer at the Atlanta airport and he was paying the bill.
After that, nothing."