Haiti's only golf course turned tent city

  • Haiti's only golf course is home to tens of thousands survivors at the Petion-Ville Club golf course on March 3. 2010. AL DIAZ / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Children watch Jerry La Grenade, 12, at center, play video games at a tent city for earthquake survivors at St. Pierre Park in Petion-Ville on March 3. 2010. AL DIAZ / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Street vendor Angie Gedeus, 18, tends to her grilling hotdogs on the side of the road in Port-au-Prince on March 3. 2010. AL DIAZ / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Michele Elisnor, 23, prays inside his tent March 3, 2010. Elisnor says he cannot sleep at night so he hung a painting of The Last Supper in the hopes of warding off spirits that keep him awake. AL DIAZ / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • A sea of plastic tarps covers the makeshift camp across Haiti's only golf course, the Petion-Ville Club, which is now home to tens of thousands of earthquake survivors. AL DIAZ / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Stephanie Vital, 18, sews a dress March 3, 2010 inside her makeshift tent using a rusty old sewing machine. AL DIAZ / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Haitians attend a prayer service March 3, 2010 at the Petion-Ville Club, Haiti's only golf course, which is now home to thousands of earthquake survivors. AL DIAZ / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Paul Michelet, 29, gets a haircut from barber Charilirn Charles, 25, March 3, 2010. The makeshift barber shop is located on Haiti's only golf course, which is now home to tens of thousands of earthquake survivors. AL DIAZ / MIAMI HERALD STAFF