PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. — Phil Mickelson survived a wild finish without having to deal with the rain. Jordan Spieth endured a wet finish to his day with three tough pars, followed by some unwitting help by a spooked fan.

Both were atop the leaderboard Friday in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, joined by Lucas Glover, Paul Casey and Scott Langley, when the second round was suspended because the rain had formed large puddles on the greens.

They played more golf than expected by moving up the start by an hour, and it was entertaining as ever.

Mickelson was the first to finish at 10-under 133. Glover started strong in tame weather at Pebble Beach and shot a 6-under 66 to get to 10-under 134, while Langley (69 at Spyglass Hill) and Casey (7-under 64 at Monterey Peninsula) narrowly finished at 10-under 133 ahead of the horn that ultimately stopped play for the rest of the day.

Three short blasts signaled the stoppage, but because it wasn't a dangerous situation, such as lightning, players could complete the hole. Casey was on his final hole at Monterey when he heard the horn, followed by two more.

Spieth was among 44 players who have to return this morning — weather permitting — to finish the last two holes of his round.

Parnevik shoots 63 for 1-shot Champions edge

BOCA RATON, Fla. — Jesper Parnevik shot a 9-under 63 in the Oasis Championship to take a one-stroke lead over Bernhard Langer.

Parnevik had four straight birdies on Nos. 4-7 on his final nine on The Old Course at Broken Sound. The 53-year-old Swede won the 2016 Insperity Invitational for his lone PGA Tour Champions victory.


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Langer closed with birdies on Nos. 17 and 18. The 61-year-old German won the 2010 event and finished second last year, two strokes behind Mark Calcavecchia.

Woody Austin, Gene Sauers, Tim Petrovic and Ken Tanigawa shot 65 in the first full-field event of the season, and Tom Lehman, Kevin Sutherland, Tom Byrum and Marco Dawson followed at 66.

Kaufman pacing LPGA's Vic Open by 2 strokes

BARWON HEADS, Australia — Kim Kaufman moved to the top of the leaderboard at the LPGA's Vic Open after a 7-under 66 gave her a two-stroke lead after two rounds.

The American had a 36-hole total of 13-under on Friday, two better than Japan's Haru Nomura. Australian Su Oh was another stroke behind in third.

Kaufman was diagnosed with glandular fever in 2018, but is back to full fitness for the 2019 season.

Overnight leader Felicity Johnson of England was seven strokes behind after a 2-over 74.

In the men's event being played concurrently with the women's tournament, first-round leader Nick Flanagan shot a 4-under 68 and was tied for the second-round lead with fellow Australian Jason Scrivener.

The men and women are teeing off in alternate groups over two courses at the 13th Beach Golf Links.