LA JOLLA, Calif. -- Tiger Woods, Billy Horschel and Casey Wittenburg have now hit their drives off the first tee at the South Course Sunday morning.
So everyone who survived the 36-hole cut at the Farmers Insurance Open is finally on the course and playing golf. It's overcast and cool but there is no sign of the fog that forced two separate suspensions of play on Saturday for a total of 8 hours and 40 minutes.
Woods took a two-stroke advantage into the third round of a tournament he has won six times. We'll know on Monday whether the world No. 2 is able to pick up his seventh -- making the Farmers Insurance Open the third event he has won that many times.
Another low pressure system is approaching and will bring winds that gust in the 20 mph range this afternoon to add to the challenge. Monday will be partly cloudy and a bit cooler with highs in the upper 50s.