UPDATE: The European Tour is now reporting that Zanotti never lost consciousness.
There was a scary scene during the first round of the European Tour's KLM Open in The Netherlands on Thursday, when play was halted after Paraguay's Fabrizio Zanotti was struck in the head by a fellow competitor's errant shot.
Zanotti, 31, was playing the 16th hole when a wayward tee shot from France's Alexandre Kaleka -- playing the 14th hole -- blasted Zanotti in the head knocking him unconscious, according to the Daily Mail.
The frightening scene resulted in a delay in play, as an ambulance drove onto the course to tend to Zanotti. European Tour officials said that Zanotti regained consciousness before being carried into the ambulance and was reported to be "OK" once at the hospital.
Spain's Gonzalo Fernández-Castaño visited Zanotti at the hospital and it seems as though things are looking up.
Below are the series of tweets sent out by the European Tour regarding the situation.
Zanotti's lone European Tour victory came in June at the BMW International Open.