AUGUSTA, GEORGIA – It’s felt like a short week at Augusta National.
Both Monday and Wednesday ended up being mostly washouts as Masters officials cancelled the Par-3 Contest for the first time in its 56-year history. During the brief time players were on the course, Mike Weir made an ace.
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Fans were ordered to leave around 1:25 p.m. EDT as a dangerous system of storms swung through the South.
High winds are expected for Thursday and Friday, although play is expected to go on without interruption. The forecast for Saturday and Sunday predicts sunny and pleasant conditions.