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  • Location: Ponteland
  • Location: Ponteland
    Any thoughts on what we can expect for Augusta please post here

    Currently the forecast is not good for the weekend over there

    The jewel of golf about to tee off :)

    Morning JS,yes it is the jewel of golf and I shall be watching as per usual,the forecast according to accu weather is as follows----Today--80f and partly sunny. Friday--83f with cloud then sun, Saturday--76c cloudy at times with the risk of thunderstorms, Sunday--- much cooler at 63f,breezy with sunny spells. Enjoy and no doubt Tiger will be there or thereabouts again.

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  • Location: Rossland BC Canada
  • Location: Rossland BC Canada

    The weather is fine today, as the front is still well back to the west of the region, and weakening. Tomorrow there may be some short delays if any thunder remains in the weakening front, but you may see them playing in bursts of moderate rain at times. I don't expect anything too major in terms of a delay, then Sunday's round should be fairly untroubled by weather although they will be fighting a fairly gusty wind from a new direction (it will be SSW each day then WNW on Sunday).

    Watch for Eldrick Woods, a real up and comer, to mount a charge.

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  • Location: South Shields Tyne & Wear half mile from the coast.
  • Location: South Shields Tyne & Wear half mile from the coast.

    Looking at Nexrad radar it seems the worst has passed, but will possibly be

    subject to delay as a second front passes through, no way near as bad as the first.

    Should imagine the greenkeepers will be working very hard to clear waterlogged fairways.

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  • Location: Rossland BC Canada
  • Location: Rossland BC Canada

    There was a 45 minute rain delay early Saturday, which I didn't see on TV because the coverage hadn't started. After that the round was played under cloudy but dry conditions.

    Sunday looks to be quite a bit cooler with a gusty WNW wind. It will be a difficult day to score low as the course has remained quite dry despite the earlier rain. Tiger has his work cut out for him being six strokes behind the leader with these conditions, but scores could go fairly high under these conditions. It will be such a different set of conditions from any of the previous days including the practice rounds, so anything could happen.

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