In his first blog post since having major surgery on his left hip on Tuesday, Blake Adams revealed an assortment of details, including the fact that his goal is to return to competition in October for the beginning of the 2013-14 PGA TOUR season.
Expect him to start next season on a Major Medical Extension. Since he didn't cash in either of his starts in January, his goal will be to earn exactly what the golfer that finishes 125th banks. As for the five-hour surgery he underwent on Tuesday, here's what happened in his words: "He successfully removed three bones spurs, a cyst, shaved and reshaped my femur, and repaired a COMPLETELY torn labrum that according to Dr. Philippon'"looked like it had been mangled by a dog"! He also performed Microfracture surgery due to the limited amount of cartilage in my left hip." Believe it or not, Adams said that two hours after he left the hospital, he began his rehab by cycling. He'll remain in Vail, Colo. for three weeks.