The PGA Tour was scheduled to come to West Virginia for the annual Greenbrier Classic in early July, but the Tour was forced to cancel the event after heavy flooding has devastated the region. A number of small towns in West Virginia have suffered catastrophic damage, and at least 24 people have died according to the Weather Channel.

Here is the full PGA Tour statement regarding the Greenbrier Classic cancellation: pic.twitter.com/ISaWOXBjzo

— Jason Sobel (@JasonSobelESPN) June 25, 2016

Bubba Watson, who owns a home in Greenbrier County, shared a few stunning photos and videos of the damage to the golf courses.

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Hope @The_Greenbrier drys out soon!! #GreenbrierClassic #hole18-17-1 pic.twitter.com/n2HRUTYpw7

— bubba watson (@bubbawatson) June 23, 2016

1st hole tee shoot not so easy right now!! #GreenbrierClassic2Weeks #GladIGotNewJeep pic.twitter.com/MA79FsCeDZ

— bubba watson (@bubbawatson) June 23, 2016

This is the 1st hole on the Snead course. The stories of families & homes are so sad. #PrayersForWestVirginia pic.twitter.com/93NyVOQEXl

— bubba watson (@bubbawatson) June 24, 2016