There promises to be action on the course but what about the action above the course? Weather is always a concern for the PGA and holding the season's first major in the spring-time in the South can be an issue. However, there hasn't been a round of The Masters cancelled since 1983! In 1936 and 1939, rain forced the players to shoot 36 holes on the final day of the tournament. Other days were a complete wash in 1961 and 1973.
|Low Sending Energy Into Georgia Friday Afternoon|
|Surface Cold Front Initiates Isolated Storms Fri P.M.|
Texas was impacted by this low pressure system Tuesday as several tornadoes were spotted around the Dallas-Ft.Worth metroplex.
|High Pressure Ridge Settles in Saturday-Sunday|
The good news is that the system is quick-moving and will be out of the forecast area by Saturday. Behind the stormy system, high pressure will replace the unsettled weather. Near-perfect golf and spring-time weather will take over for the weekend rounds.
It will be interesting to see just when and where these potentially severe thunderstorms pop up on Thursday and Friday. We may see a round cancelled for the first time in 29 years!