In the spirit of #FlashbackFriday, the morning rain delay at the second round of the Open Championship reminded us of another massive rainstorm that delayed play during a major: the storm that disrupted play during the final round of the 2014 PGA Championship.
In case you need a quick reminder of last year's storm, a downpour caused a two-hour delay near the middle of Sunday's action at Valhalla. That of course set up the dramatic finish as Rory McIlroy captured the Wanamaker Trophy on as darkness was closing in.
So how do those two compare? We'll show you in the form of photos, videos and GIFs.
Amount of rain: A lot
As you can see, the rain literally caused some cups to flood over at Valhalla.
Meanwhile at St. Andrews, you can see the rain left some new obstacles on the course.
Lee Westwood stayed nice and dry at the Open, and was able to show a before-and-after pic of the Old Course.
Sergio Garcia clearly didn't find the rain funny last year.
Wildlife: Plenty of birds
Turns out both real ducks...
And their rubber versions...
Enjoy the wet conditions on a golf course.
Cleanup: Lot of hard work
Pro Football Hall of Famer and former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Lynn Swann even got involved in the effort to dry out Valhalla.
The St. Andrews grounds crew used the time-trusted squeegee method.