A storm rolled through Augusta National last night and may have obliterated a $1 million bathroom.
It apparently got smushed by an oak tree, Scott Michaux of the Augusta Chronicle reports.
Masters storm damage: Word is million dollar bathroom on 16 was flattened by a large oak. Confirmation pending. 38-39 MPH winds
— Scott Michaux (@ScottMichaux) April 4, 2012
Augusta features 10 super-fancy cabins that club members and players stay in when they visit. It’s unclear whether the bathroom was attached to one of these cabins, or if the course just has seven-figure bathrooms sprinkled across the grounds.
All we know is that it cost $1 million, and it maybe got destroyed.
We’ll fill you in on the specifics when they come out.
The bathroom will be restored!
Storm notes via Chairman Payne: Significant damage to No. 16 bathroom, expect to have fully restored “by end of the day.” Press chuckles.
— Augusta.com (@AUG_Masters) April 4, 2012
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