Brandt Snedeker was forced to sit and watch Monday, but ultimately his 3-under 69 from the day prior was good enough to win him the Farmers Insurance Open.
Brandt Snedeker didn’t hit a shot Monday, but his stunning play Sunday was good enough to win the Farmers Insurance Open.
Updated Feb. 1 at 10:23 a.m. ET:
Play is currently scheduled to resume at 1 p.m. ET on Monday.
Mother Nature toyed with the field at the Farmers Insurance Open Sunday, as heavy rain and blustery winds forced multiple suspensions of play.
SAN DIEGO – Brandt Snedeker was standing on a platform outside the scoring area when the horn sounded for the third time Sunday.
“Oh, I don’t want to hear that,” he groaned.