Why PGA Tour players are wearing Rubik's Cube decals
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Why PGA Tour players are wearing Rubik’s Cube decals


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You might have noticed that a number of PGA Tour players are wearing decals of a Rubik's Cube, and they're doing so in honor of a fellow player and his family.

John Senden announced a few weeks ago that he would temporarily step away from the PGA Tour as his 13-year-old son was preparing to undergo chemotherapy for a malignant brain tumor.

Senden is preparing to return to the Tour as his son's treatment is underway, and fellow Aussie Steven Bowditch wanted to come up with a way for Senden's follow players to show solidarity and support. So, Bowditch had decals printed of a Rubik's Cube, which is Senden's son's favorite thing to play when he has idle time.



We wish the best to Senden, his son and family.

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