Sergio Garcia lost his lead in two holes at The Players Championship, and he said it didn't help playing with Tiger Woods.
The third round Saturday was delayed when thunderstorms moved toward the north Florida coast. Garcia and Woods, in the final group of a tournament for the first time since the 2006 British Open, finished only six holes. Henrik Stenson, playing the ninth hole, was at 11-under par and leading by one shot.
The round was expected to resume at 6 p.m. EDT.
Garcia, who started with a one-shot lead over Woods, was in the fairway on the par-5 second hole. Woods hooked his tee shot deep into the trees, where he was surrounded by a thick wall of fans. Garcia heard a big cheer as he swung, and his ball sailed well to the right under some trees, making it nearly impossible to get onto the green.
He punched it out short, chipped it 8 feet past the hole and two-putted for a bogey. Woods hit a fairway metal off the pine needles and into a bunker, blasted out to 10 feet and ...