If you ever want to break a drought in Mississippi, just hold a PGA golf tournament. No matter the location, time of year or name of the tournament. Rain seems to find its way into the storyline.
This year is no exception with rain interrupting play in the opening round of the True South Classic. The majority of the field was unable to finish their first round.
The leader in clubhouse was Jason Bohn who finished his opening round with 64 at 8-under. He was followed by Luke Guthrie who shot a 65 in the first round to come in at 7-under.
Defending champion was at 4-under through seven holes before weather halted play. Brandon native Jonathan Randolph was able to finish his open round carding a 67 for 5-under tied eighth.
The tournament will restart at 8:30a.m. Friday morning with players finishing their opening round. Tickets from Thursday’s tournament play will be honored on Friday.
According to weather.com there is a 40% chance of rain for Friday. Rain stays in the forecast through the weekend with a 30% chance of rain on Saturday and Sunday.