The Humana Challenge suspended play midway through the third round Saturday after high winds caused damage on all three courses, toppling trees, blowing balls off the greens and knocking a scoreboard into a lake.
The tournament will resume third-round play Sunday morning with Mark Wilson holding a three-stroke lead over Ben Crane.
The pro-am tournament reported no injuries, but called an early halt after 35-mph winds rampaged across the Palm Springs area in the early afternoon. The amateur players, including former President Bill Clinton, won't get to finish their rounds on Sunday.
''It's really bad,'' said Slugger White, the PGA Tour's vice president of rules and competitions. ''They've got a lot of trees down. It's a real mess. ... We knew (the wind) was going to be bad, but we thought it would be something we could play with, and then the bottom fell out.''
White said he believes they can finish the four-round event Sunday ''in a perfect world.'' Wilson doubts it after feroci...