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Monday Finish For Web.com Tour Championship

Matt Jones has a chance to earn his 2018 PGA Tour card when play resumes Monday (Photo: Bruce Young)
The final round of the Web.com Tour Championship will be played Monday in Florida after heavy rains flooded the Atlantic Beach Country Club Sunday.

Not a shot was stuck in the final round before officials announced the day’s play was washed out, the field to return 7.45am Monday local time.

Matt Jones and Cameron Percy are in good position both in the tournament and on the Finals money list which will decide PGA Tour cards for 2018, Percy among the 25 players projected to graduate.

Jones is T12 in the event and projected 31st on the money list while Percy is T20 for the week and projected 24th on the money list.

Brett Drewitt and Rhein Gibson were the only other Australians to make the cut in the event, Drewitt tumbling down the leaderboard with a Saturday 77 to be T53 alongside Gibson and all but out of card calculaitons.

American Jonathon Byrd leads the tournament by two shots over Sam Saunders who opened the week with a stunning 12-under 59.

Byrd is at 20-under after rounds of 64-65-64, Saunders at 18-under courtesy of a 59-66-70 start.

Cameron Tringale is outright third at 17-under with a group of three players sharing fourth at 16-under.

At the conclusion of the final round 25 cards for the 2018 PGA Tour will be awarded to the top 25 earners over the four tournament Finals series.

Seven Australians began the week but Stuart Appleby, Jamie Arnold and Curtis Luck all missed the 5-under cut line.

The suspension of the final round comes a year after the Web.com Tour Championship was cancelled because of Hurricane Matthew.

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Rod Morri
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