The PGA of America's officials were most worried about Rochester's early-morning weather before this week's PGA Championship.
The 105th edition of the tournament, which had previously been held in August before being moved to May in 2019, was indeed delayed by over two hours due to frost, and even when it did begin, it was still very chilly, at least for golf.
This follows a relatively chilly Wednesday when athletes completed their final practice sessions for the second major competition of the year.
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At the time the first round was stopped due to darkness at about 8:30 p.m., Eric Cole, a rookie on the PGA Tour, was at 5-under par through 14 holes.
Cole made one bogey and six birdies. When play was halted on the par-4 No. 6, he was in the fairway.