Just when you thought the weather at this year's Pro-Am AT & T Pebble Beach could not get worse, it got worse. Much worse, actually. Saturday's winds and rains turned into hail and ice on Sunday on the Monterey Peninsula, and the final phase of the tournament was suspended at 13:53. HE on Sunday. This followed an hour late to start the day in warmer weather.

The photos and videos that emerged from the event were also pretty wild. It's one thing to be greeted. This is another way to get it at a PGA Tour event. And it 's quite another thing to get it to Pebble Beach in the middle of the last round of the year' s event (OK, second biggest event of the year). year) at this location.

Paul Casey and Phil Mickelson are the only couple who are not on the course yet, as they had to leave as soon as the hail began to fall. Casey, at age 15, leads Mickelson by three and the rest of the pack by four. The sunset in Carmel is at 5:43 local time, so it is imperative that the game resume fairly quickly given the usual pace of play to ensure that the tournament is complete before the end of the day.

Until now, the day's heats belong to Kevin Kisner and Brandon Harkins, both of whom have a 3-point slot at the front of the golf course. I would expect the scores to balloon by this time (if it continues) this afternoon.