See the photos of the windy weather at the Masters that knocked over trees at Augusta National Golf Club

Mother Nature made her presence known at the 2023 Masters late Friday.

A cold front pushed through Augusta National Golf Club, bringing with it heavy winds and rain that caused two suspensions of play in the second round, the latter coming at 4:22 p.m. ET. Right before the second delay, three pine trees toppled near the 17th tee boxes. The Masters released a statement that it was caused by the wind and no one was hurt.

It was also raining Friday, and that means that 48 of the 87 Masters tournaments have had some rainfall.

Including Friday’s second round, nine days of play now have been postponed. Four days were made up by scheduling 36 holes in one day in 1936, 1938, 1939 and 2003.

The last Monday finish due to weather occurred in 1983.


— The Masters (@TheMasters) April 7, 2023

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Here’s some photos of the fallen pines and more from the weather delays.