Tiger Woods is going to have to wait to pursue his eighth pro win at Torrey Pines.
A thick fog shrouded the course along the Pacific Ocean bluffs Saturday and essentially wiped out the entire day at the Farmers Insurance Open. Woods, at 11-under 133, had a two-shot lead over Billy Horschel and never even bothered coming to the San Diego course. Three players completed one hole -- and that was after a three-hour delay.
Players will resume the third round Sunday morning and go as long as daylight allows, and then finish Monday.
"When Mother Nature doesn't want you to play, you can't play," said Mark Russell, the tour vice president of competition.
Russell said there wouldn't be a 54-hole cut for 87 players -- typically there's a cut when the field is more than 78 players Saturday. Instead, they'll take a short lunch break and go back out, racing time when fog allows. The groups will stay the same until the tournament is over.
Horschel is among 17 players who are entered in the qualifier Monday to get into the Phoenix Open, which starts this week. Russell said those players have been given the latest tee times for the qualifier -- the latest is 12:36 p.m. PST -- with hopes of getting there.
European Tour: Chris Wood eagled the 18th hole to win the Qatar Masters, overtaking Sergio Garcia and George Coetzee in Doha. Wood hit a 6-iron approach 200 yards to the green and watched the ball roll to within 12 feet. He sank the putt to finish off a 3-under 69 for an 18-under 270 total. Garcia (66) and Coetzee (65) both birdied No. 18 for 271. Wood almost threw the win away early, after he missed a birdie putt on No. 2 and double-bogeyed the par-3 third.