The mechanical hum that periodically emanates from several grates on the course are not proof that the tournament is a Matrix-like simulation created by green-jacketed aliens. Instead, the grates provide ventilation for Augusta National's extensive subterranean turf-conditioning system.
The decision falls in line with the USGA holding the US Open at Winged Foot in September with no spectators. Additionally, the LPGA has yet to play any event where fans have been permitted since resuming its schedule on July 31.
Bryson DeChambeau bullied both Winged Foot and his competition in winning the 120nd US Open by six shots. The victory was the culmination of a full-body transformation and a pivotal moment in the distance debate. We’re discussing all that and much more in our 18 Parting Thoughts from Winged Foot.