Arnold Palmer was being kept overnight as a precaution. “Nobody is overly concerned about the prognosis,” said Alaistair Johnston, vice chairman at IMG and Palmer’s longtime business manager. Johnston said Palmer had been advised to monitor his blood pressure throughout the day because of some issues with new medicine he was taking. He said one last test about 15 minutes before the tournament showed an increase in blood pressure.
He was conspicuously absent from the 18th-hole ceremony at his Arnold Palmer Invitational on Sunday evening because he was rushed to a local hospital with what a tournament official said was… Read more