The loudest gap in golf had a severe state of affairs on Friday through the second spherical of the Waste Management Open.
A lady fell from the stands on the 16th hole of TPC Scottsdale, leading to her being transported to a medical heart.
The incident occurred late within the afternoon, and officers cleared the world of the bleachers close to the place she fell.
Officers mentioned that the lady had suffered non-life-threatening accidents, based on ESON.
The Thunderbirds, the civic group that hosts the occasion, mentioned in a press release that officers “reacted shortly on the scene to present the injured fan rapid medical consideration after which supplied secure transport to an area medical heart for additional analysis.”
“The WM Phoenix Open works carefully with native legislation enforcement, fireplace and medical organizations and the PGA TOUR to strategically place emergency models all through event grounds to promptly tackle well being and security conditions,” the assertion mentioned. “We’ll present extra particulars if or when acceptable out of respect for medical privateness.”
The sixteenth gap is thought for the raucous crowds and, inevitably, heavy consuming, however it’s unknown whether or not the sufferer was consuming alcohol when she fell.
It’s the solely gap in skilled golf that’s absolutely enclosed by stands, the place round 16,000 followers can sit and watch.
Play has been delayed a number of occasions as a result of each dangerous climate and darkness, with some golfers not beginning their second spherical till Saturday morning. On the time of publishing, Sahith Theegala led the event at minus-13.