Gareth Bale will miss the final round of the Pebble Beach Pro-Am after Saturday’s third round was suspended due to high winds in California.
The amateur competition will be shortened to 54 holes and end on Sunday before the PGA Tour professionals play the final round on Monday.
Former Wales captain Bale and playing partner Joseph Bramlett are 16th from 15 under with five holes remaining.
Bramlett is second overall with 10 under, two behind point guard Peter Malnati.
Only a few players had completed the third round when winds off the California coast forced organizers to suspend play at Pebble Beach, Monterey Peninsula and Spyglass Hill – the three courses used to host the tournament.
Although his competition will be reduced, Bale, who retired from football shortly after leading Wales to last year’s World Cup final in Qatar, enjoyed the experience.
“The last two weeks have been incredible,” said the former Real Madrid striker, who has a handicap of two.
“People complimenting me on my game, it’s unbelievable, they put a little too much pressure on my shoulders!
“I’m a huge golf fan and I appreciate what these players do on the golf course. It’s great to play with them and interact and watch what they do.
“Just watch it [Bramlett] hitting a ball is something else. The power, the touch. He’s been amazing and he’s an even better guy, which is more important. I couldn’t have asked for a better partner.”