Golfers fought throughout the weekend against the bad weather at the Pro-Am AT & T Pebble Beach. The delays pushed the final round to Monday, where play will resume at 8 am Pacific Standard Time.
This is the first arrival Monday since 2009 and a golfer will continue his first win postponed to the tournament since 1998, when the final phase (54 holes) was played later in the season.
Phil Mickelson is the current leader at 18 years old. His error-free round had six birdies, but he will have to finish and stand up to Paul Casey, who has not finished his round yet. He has won the tournament four times in total, the most recent victory in 2012.
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Casey is three points behind Mickelson in a draw for second place (15 behind) with Scott Stallings. However, Stallings and the rest of the top 10 have completed their last lap.
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Jason Day and Si Woo Kim are tied for fourth place (13 under). Scott Langley is sole owner of sixth place (12 under) while Kevin Streelman, Brian Gay and Lucas Glover are tied for seventh place (11 under).
Scott Piercy is one of the fourth golfers to be in the top 10 at 10 cents.
Dustin Johnson, world No. 3 and finalist last year, improved on his previous career, but still remains in the standings for a tie in 45th place (4 less).
The PGA Tour ad On Sunday, the entry of the final round will be free and no tickets are required.