Tournament of Champions in photos
There hasn't been much golf, but here's a summary of the Tournament of Champions.
There have been, officially, zero holes played this weekend at the Tournament of Champions. And if you take a look at a few of these photographs, you'll see why.
High winds and unpredictable rain have washed out the first two days in Maui.
Here's a look at the fun.
|Scott Stallings battles the wind at Kapalua. (GettyImages)|
This is Scott Stallings looking like he's auditioning for "Deadliest Catch."
|Webb Simpson fights the rain. (GettyImages)|
Webb Simpson shot a -3 on Friday before the first round was cancelled and all scores were reset.
|A volunteer stands in the rain at the Tournament of Champions. (GettyImages)|
Probably not what this chap had in mind when he signed up to volunteer at a professional golf tournament in Hawaii.
|Rainbow falls over the course at Kapalua. (GettyImages)|
Play is supposed to resume around noon ET on Sunday, and the tournament will be played as a 54-hole tournament -- 36 on Sunday and 18 on Monday.
I'd feel bad for the caddies having to walk 36 on one of the hilliest courses on Tour but ... well ... come on, it's Maui.
The favorites now are Dustin Johnson, Matt Kuchar, Jason Dufner, and Webb Simpson (all 14/1 odds). As Dave Cordero points out, smart money might be on Johnson.
Recent golf history says @djohnsonpga will win a 54-hole event in 2013. Won AT&T Pebble in 2009, Barclays in 2011. Every other year trend?— Dave Cordero (@davecordero) January 6, 2013
Also, here's a pretty funny question from the Twitter world today.
The TOC: The only Tour event to start on Friday, and the entire field is tied at even par on Sunday?— Ron Mintz (@PGATOURNEWS) January 6, 2013
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