#2 green saturated to the point that water has replaced all the available pore space in the soil - causing air and gases to surface. Poking holes in these "bubbles" releases the air and returns the turf to normal.
We are closely monitoring conditions, but at this point (9:30 am) the golf course is not playable. As soon as the rain subsides, we must let the water drain to a point where traffic (whether foot or mechanical) poses no harm to the turf. Then we can continue with our course preparations and play can resume.