Justin Rose will resume play on Monday with a two-stroke lead after the final round of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am was halted due to darkness.
It was anticipated that players would not be able to finish their rounds on Sunday after Saturday's play was also called off early, as wind at the Monterey Peninsula Country Club course would not allow balls to sit still on the green.
Players came out early to finish their third round, before teeing off for their final 18 holes around noon.
Rose's third round was his best of the week, taking advantage of the easier Monterey Peninsula course to post a six-under 65 to begin his last round at 12 under.
Eagle for @JustinRose99 to get to 14-under pic.twitter.com/LTQq65RSG6— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) February 6, 2023
He kept his momentum going at Pebble Beach Golf Links – the six-time U.S. Open venue which also hosts the final round – as he followed an eagle on the sixth with a birdie on the seventh, reaching the end of his front nine three under, and 15 under overall.
That is when he had to pack up for the day, leading by two strokes over Denny McCarthy (through 15 holes), Brendon Todd (through 12) and Peter Malnati (through nine).
One further back – and three off the lead – are the American trio of Beau Hossler (through 12), Keith Mitchell (through 10) and Brandon Wu (through 10), as well as Canada's Taylor Pendrith, who was one of the early starters and finished with an eight-under 64 for the day's best round.
First player since 2013 to post a 64 or better in the final round @ATTProAm @TaylorPendrith currently sits T5 at 12-under. pic.twitter.com/T9lWzWIFcG— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) February 6, 2023