For Sergio Garcia Sunday night could end up being a restless one. Garcia and the rest of the field will have to come back on Monday morning to finish the final round of the Wyndham Championship. The rains came and soaked the golf course fairly well today. The course was deemed Unplayable about 5:20 P.M. EST by the PGA tour officials. Even though the rains stopped the course was just too wet to continue play today.
Garcia had a one stoke lead over the rest of the field and was through the 4th hole in his final round when the siren went off suspending play. Tim Clark was one stroke back tied with two others in second place. Sergio hasn’t won on American soil since claiming the top spot at the 2008 Players Championship. Although Garcia has won on the European Tour as late as 2011, I can imagine Garcia’s nerves could be a little frail right about now. Garcia looked calm as the showed him in the clubhouse playing cards with his friends before play was officially suspended. Sleeping on the lead in any round is tough enough, coming back for a Monday morning finish is even tougher….
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