Rotten trees, like the one in the photo below, are the first to fall in a wind storm.
Staff members blew leaves and small limbs from the fairways and into the roughs for removal.
The staff collected fallen limbs and put them in piles for collection.
The staff blew leaves out of the bunkers and removed limbs and sticks.
Truckloads of fallen debris were collected and piled for removal.
Crews removed loose limbs that were hanging from the trees.
Hundreds of fallen limbs were collected and piled for removal.
A number of trees were uprooted by the high winds.
The golf course was a total mess that morning at daylight.
Crews worked 12 to 13 hours a day to remove the fallen trees and debris.