The Class 3A boys golf state tournament will definitely play on Tuesday.
A day after standing water from overnight rain forced the tournament to change to a one-day format, the course at Indian Peaks is ready for state golfers, according to CHSAA associate commissioner Tom Robinson.
Due to losing the first day of competition, the championships will be decided over 18 holes on Tuesday.
The 3A tournament, however, will start on a 30-minute frost delay, so all tee times have been pushed back by a half-hour.
The 4A and 5A tournaments are on as scheduled.