There will be a Monday finish at the Cognizant Classic.

Play was originally suspended at 12:50 p.m. ET because of inclement weather at PGA National and just after 3 p.m. the PGA Tour opened the range for players to begin to warmup. The lengthy delay, which saw 1.72 inches of rain fall, guaranteed the tournament will not be able to crown a champion until Monday. Play is scheduled to resume at 4:20 p.m.

Erik van Rooyen went out early, birdied his first six holes and shot 28 on the front to improve 30 positions and take the lead. He was 162 yards out on the par-4 12th hole when play was suspended. He sits at 14 under par.

Shane Lowry, David Skinns, Austin Eckroat are all tied at 13 under par and have not even started their final round. Keith Mitchell is at 11 under and there are 10 players tied at 10 under.

There have been many weather issues on the PGA Tour this season that have caused issues. The AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am was called after 54 holes and Wyndham Clark was declared the winner. The following week at the WM Phoenix Open, weather caused all sorts of issues earlier in the week, but the tournament was able to finish just before darkness on Sunday, with Nick Taylor defeating Charley Hoffman on the second hole of a playoff.

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