Snow storm suspends Match Play golf in Arizona


Anybody seen a golf ball?  (Matt Sullivan / Reuters)
(Stuart Franklin / Getty Images) (Stuart Franklin / Getty Images)

The Firth of Forth, it turns out, has nothing on Arizona when it comes to wacky weather for a golf tournament.

Play at the WGC Match Play Championship, in Marana, Ariz., on Wednesday was suspended at 1:07 p.m. (EST) because of a giant snowstorm that sent golfers scurrying to the clubhouse and caddies lofting snowballs at one another.


The clubhouse at Dove Mountain. (Stuart Franklin / Getty Images)

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