Golf caddie collapses, given CPR during AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am; so the obvious question again is, do you think COVID gene injection vaccine? so very many of these now, can it be that coincidental?

by Paul Alexander

I say vaccine until it is proven otherwise; healthy young people do not just start dropping like that and there is silence, crickets all around! When will the right questions be asked?


A scientist I debate with advises that his examination shows this has never ever happened on the golf course before to a caddy. If we stand corrected, let us know.


‘PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. -- A caddie for an amateur player collapsed during the second round of the PGA Tour's AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am on Friday and received CPR before being taken to a nearby hospital.

Play was stopped on No. 11 for nearly an hour as the caddie for Pebble Beach businessman Geoff Couch was attended to for an extended period of time after he collapsed on the fairway.

Gary Young, the PGA Tour's chief referee, said a spectator began the CPR and an officer from Cal Fire took over from there.

The playing group included country singer Lukas Nelson and PGA Tour pros Beau Hossler and Max McGreevy, who appeared to be shaken up after witnessing the incident. Shortly after the ambulance arrived, Couch left the playing group.

The players and caddies later were seen hugging each other upon receiving news. When asked about the status of the caddie by ESPN, Nelson said the caddie -- whom the PGA Tour did not name -- was "doing better." Golf Channel also reported that the caddie was expected to be OK…

After the caddie was stretchered into an ambulance while still receiving CPR, players convened with a PGA Tour rules official. While there was discussion about resuming play, Hossler, McGreevy and Nelson pushed back.

"I can't say that I'm real comfortable at the moment to resume play," Hossler said. He proceeded to acknowledge that he wasn't asking for all play to be paused, but felt that he couldn't continue play as normal after witnessing the incident. "Is the line whether he passes or not?"‘