Los Angeles - Sixth-ranked
Jordan Spieth completed a three-under par 68 on Friday to move one off the
lead after the storm-interrupted opening round of the PGA Tour
Pebble Beach National Pro-Am.
Heavy rains and high winds on Thursday rendered all three courses used
for the event - Pebble Beach Golf Links, Spyglass Hill and Monterey
Peninsula - unplayable even as 81 players had yet to complete their
That forced a Friday morning finish upon them, including Spieth, who parred his final two holes at Monterey Peninsula.
That left him one back of South Korea's Noh Seung-Yul and Americans
Joel Dahmen and Rick Lamb, who all reached the clubhouse Thursday on
Noh - seeking a second PGA crown following his 2014 New Orleans
triumph - had Thursday's only bogey-free round with a 68 at Spyglass
Hill, where Lamb and Dahmen also played.
Australia's world number one Jason Day fired a 69 on Thursday at
Monterey Peninsula with four birdies and two bogeys, leaving him two
back of the leaders as the second round began.
World number four Dustin Johnson, the reigning US Open champion,
opened with a 70 at Monterey Peninsula to stand three back, as did
fellow American and five-time major winner Phil Mickelson.
scores on Friday after the storm-interrupted first round of the PGA
Tour Pebble Beach National Pro-Am on the par-72 Pebble Beach Golf Links,
par-71 Monterey Peninsula and par-72 Spyglass Hill courses (USA unless
68 - Rick Lamb, Noh Seung-Yul (KOR), Joel Dahmen
68 - Jordan Spieth, Brandt Snedeker
69 - Mark Hubbard, Robert Garrigus, Tim Wilkinson (NZL)
69 - Kelly Kraft, Rob Oppenheim, Jason Day (AUS), Sam Saunders
70 - Jim Furyk, Troy Merritt, Nick Taylor (CAN), Shane Lowry (IRL),
Scott Brown, Seamus Power (IRL), Robert Streb, Stewart Cink, Nick
Watney, Kevin Tway, Derek Fathauer, Zac Blair
70 - Martin Flores, Mackenzie Hughes (CAN), Phil Mickelson, Dustin
Johnson, Gary Woodland, J.B. Holmes, Brian Gay, Patrick Cantlay, Will
MacKenzie, Chris Kirk
71 - Tyrone Van Aswegen (RSA), Patrick Reed, Brett Drewitt (AUS)