Golfer Shoots 64 Amid Fear of Heart Attack

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LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. – In an exclusive interview with Golf Channel from his hospital room Friday night, Charlie Beljan said he was feeling better and is optimistic about playing the third round of the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Classic on Saturday.


"I'm feeling much better," Beljan said. "Much better than I was on that back nine today."


Moments after signing for a second-round 64 that left him in the lead in the PGA Tour's season finale, Beljan was put on a stretcher and taken to Florida Hospital Celebration.

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