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Theegala leads as Baddeley starts strong at a wet Phoenix Open

Five days after weather shortened the Pebble Beach Pro-Am to 54 holes, storms followed the PGA Tour to the desert.

A chilly morning gave way to wind and heavy rain that left pools of water on the greens at TPC Scottsdale. The Stadium Course was deemed unplayable around noon, leading to a delay of three-and-a-half hours.

About half the field was able to finish following the delay, leaving the rest to return Friday morning to resume their first rounds.

Aaron Baddeley was among those to complete 18 holes. The Australian carded a two-under 69 to be tied eighth and just four behind the lead.

Baddeley made his run on the back nine – his front nine – making three birdies and a lone bogey before coming home with par.

Compatriot Adam Scott was even-par after five holes with Min Woo Lee a shot further behind after six holes.

Theegala returned after…

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