The 31-year-old Fathauer, meanwhile, was scheduled to play Monterey Peninsula Country Club in the third round.
Jordan Spieth fired eight birdies in a seven-under par 65 on Saturday to seize a six-shot lead after three rounds of the weather-disrupted US PGA Tour Pebble Beach National Pro-Am.
The 23-year-old eight-time PGA Tour victor is at 17-under 198, two shots off the all-time tournament record.
Fellow American Brandt Snedeker (67) is second on 11 under, one ahead of Dustin Johnson and Kelly Kraft, who shot 66s. "If I can go out there and shoot a low one, that will do wonders for my confidence". "It's been something I've been struggling with this year. And then striking the ball really well and it is my third, third and ninth place finishes were off of I think very average putting on strokes gained, so definitely made up for it today and hope to continue to tomorrow".
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The South African was also second behind Savinova-Farnosova at the 2011 World Championships. She has not raced since 2013 after being suspended following an investigation.
After numerous postponements and suspensions of play due to weather, tournament organizers were hoping to catch up Saturday under clear skies and calm conditions.
United States Ryder Cup captain Jim Furyk carded a two-under-par 70 on Spyglass one day after integrating the new points system for his hopeful team members. He also said, "I enjoy signing and I sign for kids whenever we get the chance".
The two-time major tournament champion was referring to three men who were there after he fiished his 18-hole practice round for the Pebble Beach Pro-Am, said the Washington Post. More importantly, they're the most enjoyable group on the course. A lot of other people did follow the entire round and so I want to make sure I sign for them, if I didn't get them out there.