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AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am: Final round canceled due to weather

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 Heavy rain and strong winds are expected Sunday at Pebble Beach Golf Links. (Jonathan Ferrey/Getty Images)

Heavy rain and strong winds are expected Sunday at Pebble Beach Golf Links. (Jonathan Ferrey/Getty Images)



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    9:15 p.m. ET: AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am – Statement on Round 4

    The storm affecting the Monterey Peninsula throughout the day Sunday is forecast to continue into the early hours of Monday with very strong winds. Although conditions are forecast to improve through the morning Monday, after consultation with Monterey County emergency authorities, who have implemented a Shelter in Place order until early tomorrow morning for the greater Pebble Beach community, and out of an abundance of caution for the safety of all constituents, there will be no play on Monday.

    Therefore, in accordance with the PGA TOUR Regulations the tournament results will be final through the conclusion of 54 holes.

    - PGA TOUR Rules Committee


    12:47 p.m. ET: The final round of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am has been postponed to Monday, Feb. 5, due to inclement weather and safety concerns. Tee times are scheduled for 8-10:25 a.m. PT off Nos. 1 and 10.


    10:19 a.m. ET: The final round of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am remains delayed. The first tee time will not be before noon PT. All tournament facilities are closed and further updates will follow.


    With a potentially historic storm system hitting California on Sunday, the final round of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am has been suspended.

    The final round will now start no earlier than 10 a.m. PT, with the potential for further delays to come as high winds and heavy rains hit the California coast. The tournament also has announced that the course is closed to spectators and volunteers, and all tournament facilities are currently closed.

    Wyndham Clark holds a one-shot lead over Ludvig Åberg after shooting a course-record 60 on Saturday. His record round may be enough to give him his third PGA TOUR title if the tournament cannot resume. Clark also won last year’s Wells Fargo Championship and U.S. Open.

    “The wind is our biggest concern right now for safety,” Gary Young, the PGA TOUR’s chief referee, told Golf Channel on Saturday night. “I think we’ve made pretty good adjustments to green speeds that we could probably keep balls at rest up until about 40 mph. Once we get north of that it’s going to be pretty difficult. If we get those rain amounts I’m talking about, that will probably play into the decision as well.”

    Pebble Beach is expected to receive several inches of rain and wind gusts up to 60 mph on Sunday. The course also is expected to receive close to a half-inch of rain on Monday morning. Young told Golf Channel that the final round would need to start by 10:15 a.m. PT on Monday to be completed.

    “We’re already dealing with a very soggy golf course and at that point, we’re making the decision whether or not we think that the standards for professional golf are there,” Young told Golf Channel.

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