Vandals again damage Golf Club of Houston with tire tracks

The Golf Club of Houston -- the home of the PGA Tour's Houston Open -- has had a hole damaged by vandals for the third time in two years.

The club tweeted pictures Saturday of two individuals on a four-wheeler after video caught them causing damage just off the green on the par-3 16th hole. A Golf Club of Houston official told ESPN on Monday they are still trying to find the identity of the vandals.

In 2016, the course offered a $1,000 reward after vandals tore up the 14th green, just months after the 16th green was damaged with tire tracks.

The Houston Open ended April 2, with Russell Henley shooting a final-round 65 to win the event by 3 strokes over Sung-hoon Kang.