After two days of foul weather at the Zurich Classic in New Orleans, the PGA will have to get clear skies all day on Sunday if it hopes to finish both the third and fourth rounds after play was suspended Saturday due to darkness:
— PGA TOUR Media (@PGATOURmedia) April 26, 2015
After rain on Friday, the second round was completed Saturday morning, but those who made the cut had to wait out a rain delay of four hours and 43 minutes this afternoon. Assuming there is no more rain, the final round tee times will be from 10am to noon ET after the players finish the third round in the morning.
Jason Day(thru 3) and Eric Compton(thru 6) are tied for the lead at 13 under, with four golfers one stroke behind at 12 under. It should be an entertaining marathon to the finish as some will play as many as 33 holes on Sunday if they are able to finish the tournament. Otherwise, a champion will have to be determined on Monday.