Grayson Murray’s family confirmed the professional golfer’s death by suicide, which shocked the sports community this weekend. The two-time PGA Tour winner died Saturday, a day after withdrawing from the Charles Schwab Challenge in Fort Worth, Texas, at the age of 30.

His parents, Eric and Terry Murray, released a statement Sunday, expressing their grief and acknowledging his struggles with mental health. They shared, “Life wasn’t always easy for Grayson, and although he took his own life, we know he rests peacefully now.”

Murray won the Barbasol Championship in 2017 and secured two Korn Ferry Tour victories in 2023. Earlier this year, he won the Sony Open in Hawaii, overcoming personal battles with alcoholism and mental health. He openly discussed his struggles with anxiety, depression, and alcoholism, which he managed by seeking help. In a news conference after winning the Sony Open, he said, “That was over seven years ago, and I’m a different man now.”

His parents emphasized the love and support Grayson had from his family, friends, and the golf community. In their statement, they wrote, “Was Grayson loved? The answer is yes. By us, his brother Cameron, his sister Erica, all of his extended family, by his friends, by his fellow players and — it seems — by many of you who are reading this. He was loved and he will be missed.”

PGA Tour Commissioner Jay Monahan also expressed his devastation over Murray’s death in a statement Saturday, highlighting the impact on the PGA family. Grief counselors will be available at this week’s PGA Tour and Korn Ferry Tour events.