Heavy rain and wind on Sunday halted the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines, delaying play until Monday.
The North and South courses are notoriously difficult at the best of times, but the inclement weather made life particularly difficult for the pros on the latter.
The final round was brutal until play was stopped.
Brandt Snedeker, who shot a three-under 69 on Sunday, was the only player under par.
With strong winds and rain causing havoc, the horn went off with a little over eight holes to play.
Jimmy Walker holds a one-shot lead at seven under.
Snedeker and K.J. Choi are at six under, while Kevin Streelman and Freddie Jacobson are at five under.
Snedeker has already completed his round and will be hoping that Walker drops at least one shot over his last eight holes to force a play-off, while Choi - who led at the end of rounds two and three and also has eight holes to play - remains in striking distance for his first PGA Tour win in almost five years.
Streelman has five holes to play while Jacobson has seven to close out his round.