Beijing time on September 30th, Jay McLuen (Jay McLuen) took the lead in Monday's qualifying round and entered this week's Sanderson Farm Championship in Mississippi. He proudly wrote on Twitter: "Every time I feel like I've come to an end, I will shoot 66 like today to qualify for Jackson's PGA Tour."
Here, he may be talking about golf or life. In the past two years, few players have encountered more things than him.
In an interview with the official website of the PGA Tour, Jay McLuen mentioned that in October 2017, two days before he set off to take the qualification school exam, he and his children were sitting on the sofa watching anime. Suddenly his heart Attack, cardiac arrest. The wife called 911, and the ambulance staff rescued him in the ambulance at home. Now he has a pacemaker in place and he needs to see a doctor every 6 months, but there is no problem anymore.
Then in April this year, when he used a rotary lawn mower to clear the land at his home in Georgia, he crushed the thorn wire. He turned off the lawnmower, lifted it up, and loosened the spine wire. The wife crawled down and handed him wire cutters, but suddenly the jack broke down, the lawnmower was pressed down, and the wife was pressed to the ground.
"She can't breathe. I'm conscious, but my body can't move," he said. "I called my little daughter to ask the neighbor for help. The neighbor came and used their tractor to remove the machine from us. When I When I looked back, my wife's body was already purple and she had no breathing. Fortunately, the neighbor knew how to get CPR and told me how to do first aid."
According to Jay McLuen, when the ambulance arrived, his wife had a cardiac arrest and her lungs were damaged.
"But she finally survived, and has returned to work," Jay McLuhan said.
The same goes for 40-year-old Jay McLuen. Counting from 2013, this is his 13th time playing on the PGA Tour. Yes, he is very happy to be here.