Because of heavy overnight rains -- up to five inches in some areas of the Metroplex -- PGA officials have taken an unusual step at the AT&T Byron Nelson Classic.
They've declared the No. 14 fairway at TPC Four Seasons unplayable and moved the teeing ground 104 yards from the flag. And after originally deciding to leave it as a par-4, switched it to a par-3. So now the second round is playing as a par 69.
Whether the hole returns to its original length over the weekend is up to Mother Nature. If the fairway dries out significantly, PGA Tour officials say they'll resume regular play. If not, it may stay as a pitch and putt par-3 for the rest of the tournament.
Here's a series of tweets explaining things:
ALBATROSS: European Tour player aces par-4 to make cut
Definitely no reason to lay up today. And can you imagine being able to say you hit a wedge to the green on a "par-4?"