'Minor cleanup' at Masters' home

Augusta National appears to have come out of the latest storm to hit the Southeast intact with the Masters just two months away.

A spokesman for Augusta National told the Augusta Chronicle via text message Thursday that the club had "minor debris cleanup" stemming from the storm, which dumped nearly an inch of ice on the region and left thousands without power. It marked the second time in two weeks a winter storm has disrupted the area.

According to the Chronicle, Augusta National is expected to reopen Friday for normal activities.

The newspaper reported that crews were cleaning up several limbs and branches that were knocked down on famed Magnolia Lane. Also victimized by the sleet and ice that fell Tuesday night into Wednesday was the "Members Only" sign, which was left dangling at Augusta National's entrance off Washington Road.

This year's Masters will take place April 10-13.

The venues for the season's other two majors in the United States also were affected by the storm.

Pinehurst Resort in North Carolina, which will host the U.S. Open in June, tweeted a photo of its snow-covered clubhouse on Thursday:

And the PGA of America tweeted a photo of the entrance of Louisville's Valhalla Golf Club, which will host the PGA Championship in August: