Vandals Torch 32 Golf Carts at West Virginia Country Club

Vandals have torched 32 golf carts at the Wheeling Country Club, and the pro shop manager says they also tore up the greens before fleeing.

Golf professional Thomas Lindh says a motorist spotted flames at the course around 4:30 a.m. Friday and called the fire department.

Crews arrived to find the carts, linked by a cable, in ruins.

Lindh says he's been in the business for 20 years and has never seen anything like it. He says there's nothing left of the carts, which are worth at least $100,000.

Lindh says a new cart costs $4,000 to $6,000, but the club's carts were about three years old.

The greens sustained minor damage, as did some furniture by the pool.

Lindh says the club only has 10 carts left.