Jason Bohn Hospitalized: Updates on Golfer's Status After Heart Attack

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PLAYA DEL CARMEN, MEXICO - NOVEMBER 15:  Jason Bohn of the United States hits his third shot on the 6th hole during the final round of the OHL Classic at the Mayakoba El Camaleon Golf Club on November 15, 2015 in Playa del Carmen, Mexico.  (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
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Golfer Jason Bohn was taken to the hospital after suffering a mild heart attack following Round 2 of the Honda Classic on Friday.

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Bohn Has Stent Inserted

Saturday, Feb. 27

Jeff Babineau of Golfweek reported Bohn had a heart stent inserted into an artery Saturday. Golfer George McNeill said Bohn told him there was a 99 percent blockage in the artery in which the stent was required, per Babineau.

PGA Tour Media reported Bohn is in "great spirits" and slept well. It added he's set to undergo further testing at the hospital Saturday morning.

Friday night, PGA Tour Media reported Bohn is in stable condition at an area hospital.

Bohn finished the tournament with a score of three over par, shooting a 72 on Friday before withdrawing. Per Ron Mintz of MintzGolf.com, Bohn stayed overnight at Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center before his Saturday tests.

According to Will Gray of the Golf Channel, the PGA Tour's official update on Bohn indicated he was having chest pains before going to the hospital when tests showed he suffered a mild heart attack.

The 42-year-old turned pro in 1992 and has six career victories, including two on the PGA Tour. His last win came at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans in 2010. He had his second-best finish in a major last year, tying for 37th at the PGA Championship.