Hurricane Harvey slammed into the southeast coast of Texas over the weekend and has brought unprecedented flooding to the area. At least five people have been killed and dozens have been injured as the storm continues to dump rain on the area.

Houston has been especially hard, as the fourth-largest city in the U.S. did not order evacuations and people have been trapped in their flooding homes.

The devastation also extended to the area’s golf courses, as several images have popped up on Twitter of courses almost completely underwater.

Former PGA champion Steve Elkington posted this photo of Champions Golf Club in Houston:

This is Champions area..

— Steve Elkington (@elkpga) August 27, 2017

— K² (@kkrahenbuhl) August 27, 2017

Steve Timms, longtime tourney director of the Houston Open, posted these pictures of the Golf Club of Houston, which has hosted the Tour event for the past several years;

18 green and fairway GCOH TC. #harveyhurricane #prayforhouston

— Steve Timms (@TimmsSteve) August 27, 2017

From the championship tee on 1 at GCOH TC. #HarveyStorm #prayforhouston

— Steve Timms (@TimmsSteve) August 27, 2017

From the @HouOpen media ctr looking at the back of @GolfClubHouston 18 green at 5 pm yesterday still raining #HarveyFlood #prayforhouston

— Steve Timms (@TimmsSteve) August 28, 2017

You can help the people affected by Hurricane Harvey by donating to the Red Cross here or the Salvation Army here.

Shocking photos: Harvey floods Houston-area courses

Source: Internet


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