The 2020 Masters had barely teed off before it was brought to a halt.

Roughly half an hour into the first round of the Masters — postponed to November because of the COVID-19 pandemic — the tournament is already in a weather delay. Rain forced everyone off the course after only three groups teed off, two on the first hole and one on the 10th.

Rain was expected to wreak havoc on the first round with scattered thunderstorms forecasted for Augusta, Ga. throughout the morning, but it could clear up in the afternoon.

Fortunately for those at Augusta National, the projected weather for the rest of the weekend shows they should have an easier time the rest of the way.

The stoppage came before 2020 US Open champion Bryson DeChambeau (7:33 a.m.) and Tiger Woods (7:55 a.m.) could begin their rounds.

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