Player Twitter photos of rare Arizona snowstorm

Ian Poulter
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Ian Poulter tweeted this picture of a golf ball on a green. Or, more appropriately in this case, a frosty green.
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Series: Golf Buzz

Published: Thursday, February 21, 2013 | 10:54 a.m.

 

As you know by now, the first round of the PGA Tour's WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship was interrupted Wednesday by, of all things, snow.
 
Once play was suspended for the day, we quickly learned that if this golf thing doesn't work out (not likely, since the field is comprised of the world's best players), then Weather Channel's Jim Cantore had better watch out!
 
Players took to Twitter once play was called for the day, posting great photos of the snow. 
 
We kept track of them and compiled a photo gallery of all the best pictures we saw.
 
Now granted, people in the Northeast -- this writer included -- aren't going to have any sympathy for a dinky little snowstorm that halts play. But, you've got to admit -- a snowstorm on the PGA Tour, especially at a tournament in the Arizona desert, just doesn't make any sense.
 
 
Enjoy. We sure did.
 
Follow T.J. Auclair on Twitter, @tj_auclair.
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