Former PGA Tour winner Jason Bohn calls heart attack 'greatest thing that could ever happen to me'

Credit: Published on April 17, 2019
Former PGA Tour winner Jason Bohn suffered a heart attack when he was 43. He hopes his story inspires others.

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Published on April 15, 2019 -  05:36
Former Masters Champ George Archer's Legacy Lives On
San Francisco native George Archer won The Masters in 1969. He won 12 events on the PGA Tour, but his legacy today is tied to illiteracy. Archer, who passed away in 2005, battled dyslexia and never learned how to read. His wife, Donna, created the George Archer Foundation For Literacy to help raise money for people suffering with the same disability. 4-15-19

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