Bohn suffers heart attack at Honda Classic

The 42-year-old is in a stable condition at a local hospital and is expected to undergo further tests on Saturday. Officials say Bohn sought medical help following his second round due to chest pains.

Jason Bohn

Jason Bohn has two career wins on the PGA Tour.

Jason Bohn suffered what PGA Tour officials called a "mild heart attack" after the second round of the Honda Classic on Friday.

The 42-year-old Bohn was listed in stable condition after being taken by ambulance to the Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center where doctors told him he had suffered a mild heart attack, the PGA said on its website.

Bohn is expected to undergo further tests on Saturday. Officials say Bohn sought medical help following his second round due to chest pains.

The world number 71 had carded a two-over 72 to be at three over. Bohn has two career wins on the PGA Tour, taking out the 2005 B.C. Open and Zurich Classic of New Orleans five years later.

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