Brandt Snedeker heard the quick blast of the horn and interrupted himself mid-sentence.
"Oh, I don't want to hear that," he told reporters at the Farmers Insurance Open as a steady rain fell Sunday.
Snedeker had just shot a three-under 69 on the Torrey Pines South Course, completing one of the finest rounds of his career in weather conditions he described as akin to the worst the British Open can muster, but the horn was not his friend. It suspended play, sparing his peers from trudging through the miserable conditions while Snedeker waited in the clubhouse and watched a possible victory come to him.
Not a single one of the other 70 players was under par for...