Play at the 2020 Masters has been suspended due to inclement weather. Hey, that’s the only way a Masters this year was going to start, right?
After a 10-minute delay due to fog that saw the round start slow, groups went off of the first and 10th tees as intended, but the horn blew after just 26 minutes into play due to inclement weather, including rain and thunder. Golfers were taken off the course.
Thankfully, though there were concerns of multiple weather delays through the long weekend, those have somewhat dissipated as Round 1 begins. Rain and weather will be in the area for the rest of the early morning, so we could be looking at a semi-extended pause from playing Round 1, but the radar looks fairly clear from lunch on Thursday through Sunday night.
However, there are problems. Because the windows for play…