One of the most renowned faces in golf journalism, Steve DiMeglio, revealed that he is diagnosed with stage 4 liver and rectal cancer. As he gets prepared for the chemotherapy treatment, many prominent golfers, including Rory McIlroy, have come out to provide support and well-wishes to DiMeglio ahead of his battle with cancer.
The wishes came from the PGA Tour’s social media handle. Rory McIlroy. along with Justin Thomas, and seventeen other prominent players have wished the journalist the best of luck. “We all know what you’re going through right now, and on behalf of everyone we just want to say we’re all with you,” McIlroy said in the video.
“We’re pulling for you. We’re fighting alongside you. We all wish you the best on this journey, but we just want you to remember that we’re all thinking of you.”
“The players out here have your back. We’re family. You’re part of the PGA TOUR family. We’re pulling for you. Stay strong, brother. I know you’re gonna fight this fight and win.”
— PGA TOUR Communications (@PGATOURComms) September 19, 2022
Steve DiMeglio is a 61-year-old journalist for Golfweek and has covered numerous major golf tournaments in his career. After getting diagnosed with cancer back in July, he has been providing updates on his health situation on Twitter. Such motivating words from the very best in the golf scene were welcomed with warmth by DiMeglio as he thanked their gesture in a Twitter post.