Centinel Spine prodisc® C Patient-Ambassador Brian Gay Wins 5th PGA Title

Centinel Spine prodisc® C Patient-Ambassador Brian Gay Wins 5th PGA Title

WEST CHESTER, PA — Centinel Spine®, LLC, the largest privately-held spine company focused on anterior column reconstruction, is congratulating Centinel Spine patient-spokesperson Brian Gay for winning the PGA Bermuda Championship. The victory marks Gay’s 5th PGA TOUR win, and his first win in nearly eight years—becoming the oldest TOUR winner since 2015.

Centinel Spine began working in partnership with Brian Gay in 2018, with the goal of educating individuals that there are solutions for spinal disease and that patients do not need to live with pain or stop performing at a high level. Gay was treated with the Centinel Spine prodisc® C Anterior Cervical Total Disc Replacement product in 2014 and was quickly able to return competitively to the PGA TOUR.

The win by Brian Gay is a further testament to Centinel Spine products; now all three Centinel-sponsored PGA TOUR patient-ambassadors have won an event in the last two years, including Tiger Woods (STALIF® M recipient; 2019 Masters) and Rory Sabbatini (prodisc C recipient; 2019 QBE Shootout)—and each doing so after surgery with a Centinel Spine implant technology.

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Brian Gay acknowledged that he had struggled recently, especially in post-COVID tournaments without the support of fans. He attributed his perseverance to the support of his family, coach, caddy, and friends. “While I have struggled on the course a bit recently, my family and I have never stopped working together or given up,” said Gay.

“With this win, Brian has been able to achieve new goals and continue thriving in his career, just as Tiger and Rory have succeeded in doing,” stated Centinel Spine CEO Steve Murray. “As an organization, we are proud that our technologies have been able to assist each of them in regaining their lives while achieving major professional milestones. We continue to work to bring awareness to patients around the world that procedures and technologies exist that allow individuals to continue to function at a high level, even after major spine surgery,” Murray concluded.

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