The maintenance staff at Hidden Valley Golf Course in Lincoln, Nebraska, will need to employ a divot tool (or four) to fix a few of its greens after a recent storm.
A hailstorm moved through the state capital Monday evening and left more than a few golf-ball sized divots (you could call them mini explosions of turf) on one of the greens. According to one report from KETV, golf ball-sized hail was not even the worst of the storm. Hail the size of tennis balls was found in some locations. Check out this photo from a local policeman below.
The course also posted some photos of further damage to its Facebook page. According to that page, Hidden Valley was not open for play Tuesday.
— Ofc. Mike Bossman (@OPDOfcBossman) May 10, 2016