A marathon Sunday is ahead of us from Augusta National Golf Club, where we’ll likely get somewhere around 11-plus hours of golf today, to close out the 2023 Masters Tournament.
Let’s look how we got here:
Back in the first round, things were just going great. Thursday was a little warm, but manageable, and low scores were dropping all over the place.
But then Friday came, and along with it, chaos. Things started off fine enough, with a decent round, and mostly dodging the impending weather. But an afternoon brief delay was just the start of drama. Not long after resuming play, trees fell on the 17th hole, causing play to be halted for the day.
Saturday morning brought us miserable cold, wet conditions, but the golfers soldiered on. Those who had been lucky enough to finish their second rounds on Friday had a significant advantage over those who had to come out in this stuff.
But mostly, we all got through a delirious, long Saturday before play was suspended after hours of downpouring rain.
And now, it’s Sunday, at The Masters. We made it through the third round this morning, and now the final round has already began. So follow along as we sprint to the Green Jacket at Augusta National Golf Club.