Amateur caddie suffers medical emergency, receives CPR on course at 2023 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am during Friday’s round

A scary situation unfolded on Friday during the second round of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.

A caddie for one of the amateurs playing alongside pros Beau Hossler and Max McGreevy collapsed on the 11th hole of Pebble Beach Golf Links, according to Paolo Uggetti of ESPN.

Geoff Couch and Lukas Nelson are the amateurs playing with Hossler and McGreevy.

Uggetti reported that the caddie was receiving CPR while being taken to an ambulance. He also chronicled that PGA Tour rules officials were encouraging Hossler and McGreevy to resume play, but neither Hossler nor McGreevy were comfortable continuing play.

Uggetti also reported that PGA Tour officials offered to let the players step aside so other groups could play through, but McGreevy told Uggetti that he couldn’t see his group resuming Friday.

The PGA Tour released a statement Friday afternoon about the incident.

The scene was jarring especially in light of the recent incident involving Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin, who was resuscitated twice following a cardiac arrest during a National Football League matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals on Jan. 2.

Hamlin collapsed with 5:58 remaining in the first quarter of the game, which was temporarily suspended and then subsequently postponed. His heartbeat was restored on the field before he was transferred to the University of Cincinnati Medical Center for further testing and treatment.

Story originally appeared on GolfWeek