8 depressing photos from a rainy Monday at the Masters

This is probably not how this fan imagined his day at Augusta National would turn out.

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Attending a practice round at Augusta National is a special experience.

You’re able to bring in cameras and take pictures – something that you’re not able to do during the tournament.

You’re also able to see the players in a bit of a more relaxed atmosphere than later in the week when they’re playing for keeps.

Oh, and for many fans, attending a practice round is probably the only chance in their lives that they’ll be able to set foot on the historic piece of property.

So Monday was supposed to be a great day for thousands of golf fans.

Then a huge storm came and people had to evacuate the course for the day at around 10 a.m. ET. That’s not a lot of fun, especially for those who traveled a long way to take it all in.

Here are some sad photos from a soggy — and short — day at Augusta.

What a trooper.

"Wait, everyone. I think I see some blue skies over there."

This doesn’t look like a lot of fun.

Nothing like a little of wind and rain to ruin a day.

Here’s how we would all look like if we were just told to leave the course.

Walking the course > Standing near merchandise store.

Here we have the opposite of a good time.

And here’s the crowd slowly walking off the course. So sad.