The BMW Championship at the Crooked Stick Golf Club was postponed for a few hours yesterday so staff could dry out three inches of water that soaked the course.
It's a welcoming scene for those outside the ropes. Janet Andriole's house in Carmel was a victim of the storm too.
"We had to put trash cans under two leaks in our house, two different places and came through quickly and continued," Andriole says.
Friday night's storms also forced the BMW Tournament to move its general parking lot from 116th St and Hoover Road on the fields to 116th St. and Pennsylvania.
A couple blocks down, the band and the dancers were back in action at Greek Fest. The event was shut down three hours early Friday night when thunder and lightning swept through their tents.
"The guys were hustling over night," says Mike Yoannidis, a Greek Fest volunteer. "We're used to it. We do this every year. Everybody sacrifices this week and all the families work together, and so we have fun doing it."
As for the economic impact, both events say the storm did cost them. The BMW Championship had to add extra shuttles and pay for the clean-up crew.