Wet weather will affect The Masters

Updated: April 8, 2006, 2:15 PM ET
By Ron Sirak | Golf World

AUGUSTA, Ga. -- A Masters that started out as a U.S. Open, with only Chad Campbell more than three strokes under par after 36 holes, turned into a British Open on Saturday when foul weather blew players off Augusta National Golf Club and threatened to turn Sunday into a marathon finish.

Even before the gates to the club were opened, tournament officials were telling local radio stations to warn patrons to remain in their cars as a storm approached. Then, shortly after 7 a.m. the skies ...

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