A few delays turned into a postponement to Monday of the final round of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Eventually, the PGA Tour called it after 54 holes, declaring Wyndham Clark the winner.
Inclement weather – specifically rain and high winds that were estimated up to 60 mph – wiped out play Sunday and was on track to keep on going into Monday.
Ben Griffin posted a selfie video outside in an attempt to show how hard it was blowing.
He also offered up a suggestion, echoed later by Michael Kim, of what could be an epic display of golf craziness: a closest-to-the-pin contest on the famed 7th hole at Pebble.
— Ben Griffin (@bengriffingolf) February 4, 2024
There were reports of some damage around the course and clearly safety would be a major concern for such a venture.