Englishman Paul Casey and four-time winner Phil Mickelson remain in a five-way share of the lead at the AT&T Stone Beach Pro-Am in California.
Mickelson, one behind over night, led by 2 before bogeying three holes in succession, however birdied the last at Spyglass Hillside for a four-under 68.
Casey joined him at 10 under after picking up five shots in 4 openings in a fantastic 64 at Monterey’s Shore training course.
Rain required play to be finished early with 44 players still to end up round two.
Tee times were advanced to prevent the tornado, yet gamers at Pebble Coastline saw environment-friendlies soaked by the deluge and the holes filled to the brim with rain as they finished their rounds in cold, blustery conditions.
Three-time significant winner Jordan Spieth, without a title given that his Open Championship triumph in 2017, additionally got to 10 under yet will have two holes to finish at Spyglass Hillside when play resumes at 15:10 GMT (07:10 am local time) on Saturday.
Scotsman Russell Knox is 5 off the lead after a 70 at Spyglass Hillside, signed up with by Northern Irishman Graeme McDowell, that uploaded a 70 at Monterey.
The gamers each play at Pebble Beach, Monterey as well as Spyglass Hillside over the very first three days prior to the last round at Pebble on Sunday.
Saturday’s 3rd rounds are anticipated to start as set up at 08:00 am, after which the cut will be made, with the top 60 as well as ties qualifying for Sunday.
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