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"His AUGUSTA was able to cope with the final day of practice despite the damage caused by Tuesday's thunderstorm. Club chairman Billy Payne said: "We lost several trees, none of which was significant in terms of impacting on the competition. Debris was all around and the clean-up remains ongoing. We had some overrun on Rae's Creek but thankfully it was below Hogan's Bridge (which takes players to the 12th green) and not noticeable and not impacting on the competition. We had 1.4 inches of rain on the course, we had our restroom at No.16 tee struck by a falling tree. is still "I'm mentally "I being all planned."

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in There was significant damage but we hope to have it rebuilt." More storms are forecast for the opening two days of play. Because of the mud, organisers could allow players to lift, clean and place balls for the first time in the tournament's
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Apr 5, 2012
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