Reporter Kwon Hoon = During the second round of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am of the PGA Tour, a caddy collapsed on the course and the game was temporarily stopped.
On the 4th (Korean time) on the 11th hole of the Pebble Beach Links in Monterey, California, USA, the caddy of Jeff Coach, the owner of a distribution company, collapsed while playing as an amateur.
This tournament is held in a way that professional players and amateur golfers play together.
When the caddy collapsed, an ambulance came to the course, emergency personnel performed CPR, and the ambulance transported her to a nearby hospital. 온라인바카라
In the process, the game was suspended for a while, but resumed after the ambulance ran off the course. Professional players such as Max McGreevy and Bo Hosler (above USA), who were playing on the 11th hole at the time, were given time to warm up.
The caddy, who has not been identified, is said to have recovered soon after.