The cutest day in golf is just another Wednesday now.
Not just another Wednesday given the worry, the warnings and wariness that has settled over the world as we know it in the midst of this pandemic.
But this is not Masters Wednesday. There is no Par-3 Contest. There are no kids in white caddie outfits walking with their dads and hitting a few putts. The gap-toothed smiles are hidden away in this forced hibernation.
There’s no eve of the Masters excitement. No drafting of players for a friendly pool. No checking the weather, studying the early groupings or picking the winner.
It’s just Wednesday.
Sergio García holds daughter, Azalea Adele, during the Par-3 Contest prior to the Masters in 2019. Photo: Kevin C. Cox, Getty Images
But there is November, seven months and a long, hot summer away, but it’s out there and maybe then we’ll get the Masters Wednesday we’re missing this week.
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