Pebble Beach Pro-Am’s final round is postponed until Monday due to heavy rains and hurricane-force winds as Wyndham Clark leads by one

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The final round of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am has been postponed until Monday, weather permitting, after Sunday’s kickoff was delayed for hours amid a forecast of more rain on a soggy course and high winds that the PGA Tour’s first ‘signature event’ to 54 holes.

Wyndham Clark birdied his final hole for a tournament-record 60 on Saturday and finished the day with a one-shot lead over Ludvig Aberg. Clark will be declared the winner if the final round cannot be completed.

The start of the finals was initially delayed by just over two hours early Sunday, and then came another two-hour delay. The PGA Tour eventually postponed the round until Monday, citing inclement weather and safety concerns.

Even though the game started on Sunday, it could not end before dark. And that was increasingly unlikely as the system of wild winds approached the Monterey Peninsula.

Gary Young, the PGA Tour’s head umpire, said the priority would be to complete 72 holes, even if the tournament was not a signature event with an 80-man field and $20 million purse.

Pebble Beach's final round on Sunday was postponed due to a saturated course and high winds

Pebble Beach’s final round on Sunday was postponed due to a saturated course and high winds

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