Visual Description: Repeating at the British Open.
NATCIT = INTACT, MOYRAR = ARMORY, SUNGIE = GENIUS, OPSERN = PERSON, WEENPH = NEPHEW, NINETT = INTENT — Giving us: IACAMGIRONNPHIN
Clue/Question: Sinking the putt at the British Open in a downpour made him the . . .
Answer: “RAINING“ CHAMPION
(Very nice, indeed! Well jumbled clue words! None of them new, but there were a few that were very challenging. I really liked “armory”, “person” and especially “genius”. I had the toughest time getting “genius”, thereby proving that I am far from being one. I thought the – basic – answer letter layout was wonderfully challenging. If you didn’t pick up on the cartoon and the intended pun, it would have been pretty difficult to get the answer from the answer letter layout alone. Great cartoon and very timely subject matter. What’s coming up next guys? Something on the impending Summer Olympics? Be well and do good, friends.) — YUR
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