Fore! Heavy winds bring down Honda Classic scoreboard
Brutal winds and a torrential downpour punished plenty of golfers at the Honda Classic Saturday, and those winds also blew down the large LED scoreboard at PGA National's 18th hole.
Winds reached 50 mph and 5 inches of rain poured down in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, on Saturday. The PGA Tour tweeted these photos of the damage:
.@TheHondaClassic this is all that is left of the scoreboard on No 18. #pgatour @PGANatl pic.twitter.com/XqFFwqwq7U— PGA TOUR Media (@PGATOURmedia) March 1, 2015
Say goodbye to the scoreboard on No 18 @TheHondaClassic #pgatour @PGANatl pic.twitter.com/t7wz39Bj7m— PGA TOUR Media (@PGATOURmedia) March 1, 2015
One golfer will be left standing on Monday, as Paul Casey and Ian Poulter share the lead heading into a Monday finish.
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