This isn't a normal Queen video, but I thought I would share something different. First off by saying, may Houston recover from the catastrophic flooding damage from Hurricane Harvey. My heart goes out to all of those impacted. Being born and raised in Florida, I have watched how intense mother nature can be, and also how the community and humanity can really come together to help others. If only our world could act like this all the time and not only after deviation... Anyways, a friend reached out informing me the golf course was severely damaged at one of the oldest golf courses in Fort Myers, Florida. We had a tropical storm that came whipping through during the time of Hurricane Harvey. This course was built in the center of Fort Myers 40+ years ago and with all the new building and construction around it, proper drainage was not assessed leaving Seven Lakes to be an output for any excessive downpour. This 55 and older adult living community has several seasonal owners that usually only see the course in winter when it's at it's the, "Florida Sunny Days of Golfing Glory!" I wanted to help document the damage and importance of taking care of this drainage issue in order to save this golf course from future issues. This will take at least two weeks to pump out to see the damage left behind. Only from a drones eye can you truly capture the damage and excessive overflow. So, if you have a few moments and want to see a flooded golf course, sit back and enjoy this video! Also, on hole 15, the green totally looks like a wonky eye emoji. It's always fun to see things from a different angle. Music by: Aljosha Konstanty check him out on sound cloud: https://soundcloud.com/aljoshakonstanty He has great music to chill out to.