Zozo Championship to finish Monday because of torrential rain

Written By Peter Thompson
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The Zozo Championship will conclude Monday after the second round Friday was postponed by heavy rain.

Adverse weather conditions in Chiba, Japan, prevented co-leaders Tiger Woods and Gary Woodland from building on impressive starts.

The PGA Tour announced that the second round has been re-scheduled, with tee times from 9.30-11.30 a.m. local time Saturday, after no play was possible Friday.

However, no spectators will be permitted on the course Saturday to watch round two at Accordia Golf Narashino Country Club because of safety considerations.

PGA Tour officials also made the decision for the final round to be played a day later than scheduled.

Woods and fellow American Woodland will start the weekend in a share of the lead on 6 under following opening rounds of 64 on Thursday.

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