The way the 2020 Masters is organized this November is a bit different than usual. After all, we’re not playing in April, and 2020 itself has been more than a bit mixed up. Due to the fact that this event is being hosted in November and daylight will be limited late in the afternoon, Augusta National had scheduled groups to go off both the No. 1 and No. 10 tees starting at 7 a.m. ET.¬†

Thursday action was halted shortly after it began due to inclement weather, and those who had not yet teed off saw their starts delayed exactly three hours. That puts the afternoon groups on the course at 2 p.m., making it unlikely that first-round action will be completed on Thursday.

In terms of the actual groupings, the Masters once again nailed its choices, spreading interest throughout the day on Thurday and Friday.¬†Nobody…

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