The ultimate spherical of The Northern Belief has been pushed again to Monday due to approaching Hurricane Henri alongside the northeastern shores.
The PGA Tour determined to close down Liberty Nationwide on Sunday about an hour earlier than the leaders started Saturday’s third spherical, which was continuing as scheduled.
Henri grew to become a hurricane late Saturday morning, and the New Jersey coast throughout from Manhattan was below a tropical storm warning and a flood watch.
It will likely be the second time in 10 years the opening FedEx Cup playoffs occasion was disrupted by a hurricane. In 2011 when the match was at Plainfield, the arrival of Hurricane Irene compelled the tour to shorten the occasion to 54 holes and completed on Saturday. That week additionally featured an earthquake.
The tour’s meteorologist felt that whereas Henri had moved barely to the east, there was an excessive amount of wind and rain within the forecast to try preserving the course open for play Sunday
The plan was to take away all of the cameras connected on 40-foot poles that serve the Shotlink system of measuring each shot by each participant, and have them again in place when the match resumes Monday.
Tee occasions for the ultimate spherical wouldn’t be determined till Sunday afternoon. It was doable to group them in threesomes and begin on each tees if time is required to get the course prepared.