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The spring of 2016 will long be remembered in the city of Houston, and not fondly. In late April,
apocalyptic rainstorms devastated large swaths of the largest city in Texas, and the fourth largest city in the nation. Some area communities received as much as sixteen inches, and 240 billion gallons of rain fell across the region. That amount of water is equal to filling more than 360,000 Olympic swimming pools, or the same amount of water that tumbles over Niagara Falls over the course of almost four days.
It’s not hard to imagine that many area golf courses were hit hard, if not practically washed away in the days-long deluge. But luckily for the traveling golfer, there were some area facilities that because of elevation or propitious location, were spared the worst. Read more: https://nationalpgaproam.com/category/golftravelarticle/page/7/