Schoolkids Won’t Know What Match Play Looks Like

Won’t someone please think of the children?

(Brattleboro Reformer) Already a year of wacky weather on the PGA Tour, this might have topped it all — snow.

The opening round of the Match Play Championship was suspended Wednesday when a cold rain that came down sideways quickly gave way to snow from a winter storm that dumped close to 2 inches on Dove Mountain in just over an hour.

“I’ve never actually played golf to the point where we’ve actually stopped for snow, which is kind of crazy,” said Jason Day of Australia, who was 6 up through 10 holes over Zach Johnson. “A little crazy for it to snow in the desert, as well. But that’s just how it is. Mother Nature can do whatever she wants.”

It’s so terrible! Schoolkids also won’t know what their schools look like due to over-heated planet created snow.

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2 Responses to “Schoolkids Won’t Know What Match Play Looks Like”

  1. mojo says:

    Yes, it snows in the desert sometimes. Try and keep up, people. It sometimes rains, as well. Try not to faint.

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