LOOK: Greenbrier Classic course is underwater and it's pretty terrifying
The Greenbrier Classic is in just two weeks, and this is not great
The Greenbrier Classic starts in just two weeks. That is, we think it's going to start in two weeks. West Virginia is sort of underwater right now as Bubba Watson showed in the following photo and video.
This is the view along US 60 near the Greenbrier Sporting Club. Road remains CLOSED. Avoid travel in this area. pic.twitter.com/m5PEUmUL8J— WVDOT (@WVDOT) June 23, 2016
That does not bode well for the tournament, held in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, which follows next week's Bridgestone Invitational and precedes the British Open.
This looks really bad. And it isn't the only spot in West Virginia that contains flooding. The entire state is seemingly underwater. Parts of it received two-to-four inches of rain overnight. Hopefully for the sake of the tournament (and the well-being of its people) the waters will rescind quickly and sufficiently.
If not, better bring your boat to play the front nine.
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