Rain continued to delay proceedings at both the PGA Tour and LPGA Tour qualifying schools on Saturday.
In Daytona Beach, the LPGA Tour decided to suspend the entire day at LPGA International due to unplayable conditions and the threat of more rain.
“To go out and try to accomplish what we’re trying to accomplish in this event is unrealistic right now,” Doug Brecht, vice president of rules and competition, told lpga.com.
“The goal is still to complete 90 holes in this golf tournament. We’re going to do as much as we can within our limitations and also the rules of golf to complete this and determine which players are eligible for the LPGA Tour next year,” he added.
Montreal’s Lisa Meldrum continues to lead the six Canadians at Q-school. She was tied for sixth and even through four when the third round was washed out on Friday.
Two other Canadians – Adrienne White of Red Deer, Alta., and Kirby Dreher of Fort St. John, B.C. – were in the top 20.
At Bear Lakes Country Club, rain caused a four-hour delay and only five players, including Keven Fortin-Simard of Quebec City, managed to finish their fourth round.
Graham DeLaet of Weyburn, Sask., was just two shots off the lead when play ended on Saturday. At the time, he was two-under through 11 holes of his fourth round. Edmonton’s Barrett Jarosch and Ted Brown of Peterborough, Ont., were also in the top 20.
For the most recent scores, see Your Q-School Leaderboard on the GNN home page.