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LOS ANGELES – The winter storms that have pummeled much of the country prompted Cameron Champ to withdraw from the Genesis Invitational late Wednesday.
According to his manager, Champ’s Houston-area home sustained winter damage and, like much of Texas, he remains without any water or power. The 25-year-old never travelled to Los Angeles for this week’s event and decided to remain at home to deal with the damage caused by the storm.
Disappointing to WD from the @thegenesisinv, a special tournament for me. Unfortunately, the situation at our home in Houston remains my priority this week. I look forward to being back at Riv next year and to playing the WGC at Concession next week.
— Cameron Champ (@Cameron__Champ) February 18, 2021
Champ was scheduled to be in a marquee group for Rounds 1 and 2 at Riviera alongside Rory McIlroy and Bryson DeChambeau. He was replaced in the field by Andrew Putnam.