All up over the three days there was five weather notices and with two of those evacuation warnings for players to leave the course and patrons to vacate the premises.
On Monday at the start of official practice there was two delays due to the threat of lightning but near 3pm local time officials sounded a tornado warning that fortunately just missed the course but left a trail of destruction less than a mile down the northern end of Washington Road.
Then tomorrow just 26 of the 94 competitors got to tee-up in the annual Par 3 Contest.
There were two delays to practice on Monday due to the threat of lightning
Just 26 of the 94 competitors took part in the Par 3 Contest today
Missing out on teeing-up was Masters hot-favourites Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth while the most holes anyone played was Canadian and 2003 Masters champ, Mike Weir who was three under par through seven of the nine holes.
The weather forecast for Thursday's opening round is overcast and with winds up to 23 mph.
And given the warmer than normal winter Augusta enjoyed there’s a very distinct and noticeable lack of flower power at the Georgia golf gem.
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Little wonder Augusta National Chairman, Billy Payne remarked: “Regrettably, the same warm weather that propelled our course and greens to near‑perfect condition caused our normally spectacular azaleas and other flowers to bloom three weeks early that.
“That premature bloom, combined with recent consecutive hard freezes, has diminished our otherwise beautiful and traditional colouring.
“So, this year, we have decided that our colour of choice is green, Augusta Green, and I hope you will agree that it is both abundant and beautiful.”