The PGA Tour&aposs Farmers Insurance Open seems set for a Monday finish after the third round was suspended on Saturday due to fog. The third round was officially called off at 7pm local time in San Diego, California, with only six players managing to tee off in their third rounds at the Torrey Pines course, and just three able to complete a hole. “We&aposve pretty much lost a whole day right now and it looks like we might have to play Monday,” the PGA Tour&aposs vice president of rules told CBS. “Our regulations say we need to play 72 holes and to do that we might need to go into Monday.” American Tiger Woods leads the way on 11 under the card, two strokes clear of compatriot Billy Horschel. That pair is in front of a group of six players tied for third on eight-under, made up of Americans Erik Compton (65), Casey Wittenberg (67), Steve Marino (68), Jimmy Walker (69) and Josh Teater (70), as well as Canadian Brad Fritsch (67). The third round will resume at 7am local time on Sunday.