Henri drove through the northeastern United States over the weekend, leaving thousands without power and causing flooding.
Bad weather impacted the Northern Trust tournament held at Liberty National Golf Club in Jersey City, New Jersey.
The final round of the FedExCup opening playoff – the highlight of the PGA Tour season – has been postponed from Sunday to Monday due to heavy rain forecast.
According to the tournament’s website, the golf course received more than six inches of rain from Saturday night through Sunday afternoon.
According to a statement from the PGA Tour, arrangements have been made to allow all 72 full holes to be played at the Northern Trust to have a winner.
As such, for the Northern Trust, the BMW Championship and the Tour Championship, play will be allowed to extend beyond Monday if deemed necessary in order to complete 72 competitive holes, regardless of the amount of game ended on Monday. This modification is in accordance with the tournament regulations already in force for the players’ championship. “
The Northern Trust is the first of three FedExCup Playoff events. The BMW Championship is scheduled to start on Thursday August 26 with the season finale, the Tour Championship, which kicks off on Thursday September 2.
Due to the weather, fans will not be able to attend the game on the last day.
The PGA Tour says its plan is to play in the tournament on Monday.
Australian Cameron Smith and Spaniard Jon Rahm lead the standings with just 18 holes to play. Smith shot a course record of 11 under par of 60 on Saturday to increase the standings.
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