PGA Tour Q-School Final Stage: Final Round suspended until Monday
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The dreams of five golfers will have to wait for at least one more day.
Due to significant overnight rainfall, the final round of the PGA Tour Q-School's Final Stage at Dye's Valley Course and Sawgrass Country Club in Ponte Vedra, Fla.
Ponte Vedra received almost five inches of rainfall overnight, making the final round impossible to start or finish on Sunday, even with the hard work of the groundskeepers.
“Unfortunately, both golf courses are currently unplayable and require extensive maintenance work due to overnight rainfall,” PGA Tour chief referee Harold Geyer said. “Due to expected playing conditions and the anticipation of further delays, the decision to postpone the final round was made within the rules and regulations, which allow us to finish on Monday.”
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