Tom Felton was taken to emergency medical care Thursday after he fell during a celebrity match before the Ryder Cup in Wisconsin.
The “Harry Potter” actor, who played Draco Malfay, suffered a “medical incident” at a Shibugan, Wisconsin course, otherwise known as the Settlement Strait. According to BBCThe English actor lost consciousness on the 18th hole, Ryder Cup organizers said. But he regained consciousness when he was lifted off his feet and placed on a stretcher. He was then rushed to a golf cart and taken to a nearby hospital for treatment.
A video posted on Twitter by Kill Herman shows a 34-year-old man getting out of a car after falling off a golf course. The spectators applauded as he went for treatment.
Fans suspect they may have had a heart attack while playing. Others have claimed that he has had seizures, although these speculations have not yet been confirmed by his representative.
It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. Similarly, details about his current health condition have not been disclosed. Organizers declined to give further details about the incident and their representatives have not yet commented on their situation.
The lack of details about his current health is naturally troubling to his fans. He is sharing his hope that he is recovering and praying for his recovery.
“We’re all very upset but we have to think positive. I’m sure he’s in good hands. Get well soon Tom. You’re strong. They’re cute. We love you,” one fan tweeted and another Wrote, “I hope he’s fine! We love you!”
“Tom, I’m sorry for what happened to you. God willing, you’ll be fine again. I’m sorry I’m so far away from you but I know I love you so much. A lot of people love you. Love, “the fan commented.
Felton, a golfer, was supposed to represent Europe at the Celebrity Golf Exhibition match in the City Strait. He was with Timo Ceylan, a former professional hockey player from Finland. He was up against Olympic speed skater Dan Johnson and 1980 American Olympic hockey captain Mike Yurzen when he fell.