Billy Horschel, a seven-time PGA Tour champion, has struggled with his recent golf results. In 15 events this year, he has missed the cut six times and only finished in the top ten twice

Horschel said that his season has been "pretty bad" and "abysmal," citing problems with driving and iron play

He emphasised the significance of his short game and putting to compensate for his ball striking issues

Horschel's season saw two low points: one when he cried after missing the cut at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, and another when he missed the cut at the RBC Heritage

Horschel told out about his personal troubles, despite his usual intense determination on the golf field

He mentioned that his passion for the game drives his struggles and emotional reaction to disappointments

Horschel expressed thanks for the people around him's support and hard work, and he hopes to repay them by playing well and winning tournaments

He's hoping that returning to the Memorial Tournament would give him a boost and allow him to put together the improvements he's been working on with his coach

Although he admits that his game is not quite where he wants it to be, Horschel is beginning to notice some encouraging indications of growth