Weather has been a major factor this week in Memphis, as third-round play at TPC Southwind carries into Sunday. Here's what You Oughta Know about the FedEx St. Jude Classic, where Ben Crane holds a four-shot lead:
• After significant delays throughout the week, third-round play will resume at 8 a.m. ET Sunday. Players will not be re-paired for the final round, with Round 4 tee times at TPC Southwind anticipated between 9-11 a.m. ET.
• Crane leads by four shots over Troy Merritt, having played only six holes of the third round. He is in search of his fifth career PGA Tour title, and first since the 2011 McGladrey Classic.
• Crane has been lights-out on the greens. The 38-year-old has made 38 of 39 putts from inside 15 feet, including 17 of 17 en route to a 7-under 63 in the first round. Crane entered this week ranked 90th on Tour in strokes gained putting.
• Crane is making his 300th career start on the PGA Tour, and his best finish in Memphis is a tie for sixth in 2003. He has made only one bogey all week, missing a 7-foot par putt on No. 18 to conclude his 5-under 65 in the second round.
• Merritt has never won on the PGA Tour, and entered this week ranked No. 805 in the world. The 28-year-old began the 2013-14 season with six straight missed cuts, and his best finish this year came at the Honda Classic, where he tied for 46th. He matched that same result four weeks later at the Valero Texas Open.
• Peter Malnati will tee off at 8 under, five shots behind Crane and alone in third place. Malnati, who like Merritt has never won on Tour, nearly qualified for the U.S. Open on Monday but came up one shot short after his opening 63 was followed by a 3-over 75 at Colonial Country Club in Memphis.
• There are a trio of players tied for fourth at 7 under, including Retief Goosen. Goosen - whose last 54-hole lead came at the 2005 U.S. Open at Pinehurst - has two top-10 finishes this season, including a T-7 at the Shell Houston Open.
• Alongside Goosen at 7 under is Billy Horschel, who appears to be finding his game heading into the season's second major. Horschel, whose last top-10 finish came at the limited-field Hyundai Tournament of Champions, tied for 26th at The Players Championship and tied for 15th at the Memorial Tournament in his last two starts.
• Phil MIckelson is still without a top-10 finish this season on the PGA Tour, but after rounds of 67 and 68 he has a chance to end his drought. Mickelson heads into the final day at 5 under, tied for 11th and eight shots behind Crane, with nine holes left in his third round.