Six fans were injured when two lightning strikes tree at the East Lake Golf Club which is hosting the Tour Championship.

The six fans were treated immediately and taken to hospital. The injuries did not appear to be life-threatening, based on reports from the Tour.

Four of the injured came after they were struck by debris following a lightning strike to a tree near the 16th tee.

Two others were injured when they were ejected out of a golf cart as a result of the force of the lightning strike, according to NBC’s Mike Tirico.

The inclement weather stopped Round 3 at approximately 4:17 PM. Players and caddies were removed immediately from the course at the time, and fans were told to seek shelter.

It was the second weather delay in as many days at East Lake Golf Club. The leaders teed off 57 minutes prior to the round being halted on Saturday and only one got through five holes before the round was postponed until Sunday.