POTOMAC, Md., June 26 (UPI) -- Ben Curtis will have to wait at least another day to wrap up his second PGA Tour victory.
Curtis was 22-under-par through 16 holes Monday when the Booz Allen Classic was suspended Monday for the second consecutive day because of heavy rain and thunderstorms.
The PGA Tour is looking at its first Tuesday finish since the 1980 Tucson Open, although showers and thunderstorms also are in the forecast for Tuesday.
Curtis, seeking his first win since capturing the 2003 British Open as a rookie, holds a seven-shot lead over four others.
Only two of the players closest to Curtis still have holes left to play.
Nick O'Hern (17 holes) and 1996 champion Steve Stricker (16 holes) will return to the TPC at Avenel at minus-15. Billy Andrade completed a 7-under 64 Monday and shares the clubhouse lead with Padraig Harrington (66) at 15-under 269.