Tuesday, February 23, 2010

A Tradition Unlike Any Other (Snowstorm)

There are some things Augusta National does to make sure the golf tournament is absolutely bursting during Masters week. One thing is to ice the roots of all their azaleas if the weather would cause them to bloom to quick. Another is to color the water. A third? Make sure there isn't snow on the ground.

We are less than two months away from the best week of the year (Ed. Note: Hell yes!) and the best golf course in the world is blanketed in snowy goodness. Seriously, look at that place. It is a winter wonderland of golfer's dreams, or something equally as cheesy.