Will The Rain Gods Come Through For Golfers at CA Championship
The rain-delayed CA Championship at the Doral Golf Resort & Spa resumes play on Monday morning beginning at 8:30 am. Geoff Ogilvy will be hitting his second shot on the 10th hole, he’s 17 under and has a two-stroke lead over Jim Furyk and Vijay Singh while Retief Goosen and Graeme Storm are another stroke behind.
The five own seven majors between them. Singh has three and Goosen two while Ogilvy and Furyk each have U.S. Open titles. In addition, Singh and Furyk are in the world’s top 10, and Goosen was among the “Big Five” as recently as two years ago.
Not to mention, Steve Stricker, who is ranked fourth, and No. 5 Adam Scott are tied for sixth at 13 under. Oh, and there’s World’s No. 1 player, Tiger Woods, who may be dead but not buried, he is only five strokes off the pace with six holes left.
“That’s what the whole point of these golf tournaments, I guess, to get fields like this, get everyone playing each other,’ Ogilvy said. “I guess the idea is to have everyone have a chance with nine holes to play or 18 holes to play with the top 10 in the world.
Tiger was center of attraction all weekend, but he was no match for the the weather conditions and we will see if was a match for Geoff Ogilvy’s game, at least this wee. Go Tiger!!! Your sixth straight PGA TOUR victory and fourth in a row at Doral in on the line here Pal.