HUTCHINSON, Kansas – Due to weather conditions, the fourth round of the NCAA Men’s Golf Championships has been cancelled.
Every effort is going to be made for all 156 players to complete 54 holes.
After completion of the second round Sunday, teams 16-30 and the high three individuals will begin third-round play in a shotgun format approximately 40 minutes after the completion of round two.
There is a limited amount of time to complete this half of the round (teams 16-30 and three higher individuals). If play is unable to be completed in that window, all scores in that round will be declared null and void.
In such a case, round three will be repaired to include only teams 1-15 and the six low individuals not on those teams (based on non-sudden death tie breaking procedures) to determine the eight teams for match play and the individual champion.
Stanford, which completed 36 holes Saturday, currently leads the 30-team field at 12-under, four strokes ahead of Alabama and eight better than third-place Oklahoma State.
Cameron Wilson (-6) and Patrick Rodgers (-5) are the top two individuals through 36 holes.