- The Washington Times - Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Pro golfer Bud Cauley expressed his disappointment in San Francisco after he said his SUV was broken into Sunday while he was in town for the PGA Championship golf tournament and police officers were too busy to respond.

“Tpc Harding is a great golf course but you can have the rest of that place,” Mr. Cauley wrote in an Instagram post Monday. “My car window got busted in yesterday, in the middle of a busy street and someone stole my backpack.

“I called 911 and couldn’t get a police officer to come because they were so overworked with crime,” he added.

Mr. Cauley didn’t say what was in his backpack.

The Florida native finished the championship at 1-under par and earned $45,000, landing him in 37th place along with Tiger Woods and several others.



Mr. Cauley is set to tee off again Thursday morning at the Wyndham Championship in Greensboro, North Carolina.

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