A volcanic eruption in South America has left a popular golf course buried under ash.
Guatemala’s famous 'Fuego' volcano erupted last weekend, leaving a reported 75 dead and hundreds missing.
This, of course, puts what has happened to La Reunion golf resort firmly into perspective. Even so, the disaster has had a devastating impact on the popular PGA Tour Latinoamérica host venue.
Video and images circulating on social media show the resort, located four miles from the volcano, buried by the fall-out from the eruption.
El famoso campo de golf La Reunion 😢 pic.twitter.com/GEdcaWrHS6— Lupita de Rios (@lderios) June 4, 2018
Wow - view from La Reunion Golf Course... pic.twitter.com/MyQdiEbikj— Matthew Watson (@Matthew__Watson) June 3, 2018
It's incredible to think that, just three months ago, played host to the Guatemala Stella Artois Open, won by American Ben Polland.
Fortunately, it has been reported that all guests and staff managed to escape the hotel with no loss of life.
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