"We've got another major one that fell right in front of the 18 green and all the way across Howard's Creek," Justice said. "There is debris all over the golf course."
But Justice isn't letting the storm get in the way of what he calls West Virginia's biggest economic event.
"You can look at this two ways," Justice said. "You can drop your head and walk around and mope, or you can suck it up and get to work. We are not going to let this beat us.
"We have the chance to make this into one of our finest moments," he said. "Everything will be repaired before tournament. To me, it is just not acceptable that on Monday we not have every single thing the way it was as if this never happened. That can't be a goal. It just has to be a reality."
More than 200 volunteers have been working through the night to start cleaning the debris, but Justice said they could use more help.
"As many as can come, we'll put them to work," he said.
Anyone interested in volunteering should come to the front gate of the Greenbrier after 11 a.m. Saturday or after 9 a.m. on Sunday.
Reach Kathryn Gregory at kathr...@wvgazette.com or 304-348-5119.