Monday finish to Wyndham
Garcia still one shot clear with 14 holes to play
Last Updated: 20/08/12 6:00am
Sergio Garcia: Still in front midway thorugh final round
The Wyndham Championship will be concluded on Monday after the final round was delayed by heavy rain in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Play will resume at 9am in the morning - 2pm BST - with Spain's Sergio Garcia one shot ahead and 14 holes to go.
Final round leaderboard:
US unless stated
-15 S Garcia (Spn) 4 holes
-14 B Cauley 4 holes
-14 T Clark (SA) 5 holes
-14 J Dufner 5 holes
The Spaniard, needing a top-three finish to move back into a qualifying position for next month's Ryder Cup in Chicago, was one ahead overnight and moved to 15 under par with a tee shot to five feet on the short third.
South African Tim Clark twice caught him with birdies at the second and fourth, but then ran up a bogey six at the long next to fall back alongside Americans Jason Dufner and Bud Cauley.
Garcia was just short of the green in two on the par five when officials brought the players off the course.
Belgian Nicolas Colsaerts, also still in with a chance of automatic selection for Europe, moved from 17th into a tie for fourth by going to the turn in a three under 32, but a bogey at the par three 12th saw him slip back to joint ninth.
Unlike Garcia, Colsaerts is also playing the Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles starting on Thursday. That is the final counting event before 10 players qualify and captain Jose Maria Olazabal adds two wild cards.
It was hoped to resume play at 5pm at first and the players went onto the driving range to prepare for that, but were then told that the course was not ready. A total of 2.2 inches of rain had fallen in the last 24 hours.
Garcia said afterwards: "It's going to be a long day.
"There's nothing you can do. The weather is one thing we can't control so it's a case of being patient. We'll see what happens."