Masters Sunday: Weather Report

With several days of nearly pristine conditions for low scoring, Sunday the 2008 Masters appears to be headed in a different direction.

Dave Shedloski,, states, "Sunday's outlook calls for a mix of sun and clouds and cooler temperatures with a high of 63 degrees. More importantly, winds of 10-20 miles per hour and gusting up to 25 are expected, which could turn Augusta National Golf Club into a chamber of horrors."

Of course, aside from the pressure inherent to leading the Masters, gusts of up to 25 miles per hour will surely challenge players like Brandt Snedeker and Trevor Immelman, who are untested in major championship conditions.

On the other hand, Tiger Woods is showing no signs of fear. Tiger Woods said, “I’ve been around here, I played under these tough conditions here before. It’s been blustery here before.”

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