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Players And Patrons Wear Special Masters Glasses In Augusta National Solar Eclipse

Zach Johnson watches the solar eclipse

As if the build-up to The Masters isn’t exciting enough, players and patrons attending Augusta National for Monday’s practice session also witnessed a partial solar eclipse.

The phenomenon began around 1.45pm local time and ended at approximately 4.20pm, and, even though the famous Georgia course was situated 415 miles from the path of totality, attendees still took advantage of the occasion, donning special Masters glasses as the light dimmed thanks to 76% of the sun being obscured by the moon at 3.08pm. 


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