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WM Phoenix Open more likely to end throughout Tremendous Bowl after delays


The stadium hole par-3 at TPC Scottsdale.

Play on the WM Phoenix Open will carry previous the Tremendous Bowl.

Ben Jared/PGA TOUR through Getty Photographs

Sorry golf followers, if you wish to catch the top of the WM Phoenix Open Sunday, you is likely to be late to your Tremendous Bowl social gathering.

Nicely that’s if the match even ends on Sunday night.

After a number of climate delays already this week — totaling 5 hours and 34 minutes — play throughout the third spherical was suspended on account of darkness Saturday evening at 6:13 p.m. MT with the ultimate group of Nick Taylor, Sahith Theegala and Andrew Novak on the seventh inexperienced.

“I felt like I had a 12-hour day the primary day, nothing yesterday, after which one other 12-plus-hour day at this time,” Theegala stated. “So prepared for an additional 10-, 12-hour day tomorrow. It’s been a bizarre week, and I’m really actually exhausted proper now. It’s not typically you play two days of— not essentially even a variety of holes however only a lot occurring.”

The ultimate group wasn’t the one one to not full their third spherical, all the subject will come again to TPC Scottsdale at 7:30 a.m. to complete up the penultimate spherical.

That just about definitely means the end will go up towards the largest battle in tv — the Tremendous Bowl. And that’s if there aren’t any extra delays.

It’s been an uncharacteristically chilly week in Scottsdale and temperatures are anticipated to dip into the mid-30s Saturday evening, making for a big probability for frost Sunday morning. The resumption of first-round play Friday morning was delayed an hour and 43 minutes on account of frost.

There stays about three hours of play remaining within the third spherical. After about quarter-hour to re-pair gamers, it’s potential the ultimate spherical may start someplace between 10:30 and 11 a.m. with the ultimate group teeing off two hours later, nearer to 1 p.m. native.


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The tempo of play hasn’t precisely been speedy this week, with the ultimate group didn’t even end seven holes of their third spherical Saturday night in two hours of play. A five-hour place of play would imply the ultimate put would fall someday round 6 p.m. native, 8 p.m. ET. That’s roughly when Usher is ready to go on for the halftime present after the 6:30 p.m. ET kickoff.

The NBC broadcast was scheduled to log off at 4 p.m. MT, 6 p.m. ET, giving followers a very good half-hour to catch among the pre-game festivities from Las Vegas.

Now Golf followers will probably miss all the first half of the sport between the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas Metropolis Chiefs.

Nonetheless, with the upcoming probability of frost, any delay on Sunday may push the end to Monday as sundown Sunday in Scottsdale is 6:09 p.m. MT. The horn was blown about 5 minutes after sundown on Saturday night, with gamers persevering with for a couple of minutes after that.

Maybe working within the occasion’s favor is the absence of any extra rain within the forecast. After Saturday began with a brief delay amid heavy rain, the PGA Tour’s forecast exhibits a zero p.c probability of rain for each Sunday and Monday.

So sports activities followers bought that going for us, which is sweet.

Jack Hirsh

Golf.com Editor

Jack Hirsh is an assistant editor at GOLF. A Pennsylvania native, Jack is a 2020 graduate of Penn State College, incomes levels in broadcast journalism and political science. He was captain of his highschool golf crew and lately returned to this system to function head coach. Jack additionally nonetheless *tries* to stay aggressive in native amateurs. Earlier than becoming a member of GOLF, Jack spent two years working at a TV station in Bend, Oregon, primarily as a Multimedia Journalist/reporter, but in addition producing, anchoring and even presenting the climate. He might be reached at jack.hirsh@golf.com.

 

 

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