JERSEY CITY, N.J. – The final round of The Northern Trust is underway and players and officials are keen to end the delayed final frame after the washout at Liberty National on Sunday ET, postponed four hours later than originally planned, after Hurricane Henri forced officials to cancel Sunday’s game.

The final group of Jon Rahm, Cameron Smith and Erik van Rooyen is slated to tee off at 1:42 p.m. . Without further delay, the officials are confident of finishing the finals before sunset (7:42 pm).

The PGA Tour changed its policy late Sunday to extend the game to 72 holes beyond Monday. Typically, if less than half of the field does not complete the finals on Monday, the event will return to the 54-hole leaderboard to determine a winner.

“The game may be extended beyond Monday as it is is deemed necessary to complete 72 competition holes, regardless of how much game is completed on Monday, “reads a memo to the players.

BY Rex Hoggard

BY Amy Rogers

BY Rex Hoggard

Even as it continued to rain, officials planned to start Round 4 at The Northern Trust on Monday at 7:30 a.m. ET.

Jon Rahm and Cameron Smith were tied at The Northern Trust on Saturday, and none imagined how they got there.

Erik van Rooyen’s game has improved since he became a father and now he has a chance to win a FedExCup playoff event.

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