The 83rd Masters Tournament teed off earlier Sunday due to impending inclement weather.
The storms that wrecked havoc in Mississippi and Alabama entered Georgia Sunday morning.
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In Augusta, tournament officials prepared for the brunt of storms to hit the course by about 1:30 p.m.
The final round was played under cloudy and breezy conditions. Winds gusted to near 25 mph at times.
As the lead shrunk in the late back-nine, CBS’s station in metro Atlanta broke in to the tournament’s national coverage with live storm updates. They interrupted once again, as the leaders headed into the final holes.
For viewers following Tiger Woods’ championship final round, this came at the most inopportune times. They took their outrage to Twitter:
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