The Torrey Pines golf courses suffered significant damage in the Sunday night storm that blew through San Diego County.
City golf manager Mark Marney estimated Monday that there were as many as 20 trees felled on the North and South courses, most of them eucalyptuses, though Marney said at least two prized Torrey pines also came down.
PGA Tour meteorologist Stewart Williams said 60-mph winds hit the coast overnight.
The final round of the Farmers Insurance Open, suspended Sunday afternoon because of high winds and rain, was scheduled to resume at 8 a.m., then was pushed back to 9 and then 10. Tournament officials announced Sunday evening...