The first round of the PGA Tour's Genesis Open has been stopped due to heavy rains at the Rivera Country Club in Pacific Palisades, California.
The tour says that any scores from the round will be reset. Twenty-three players had played at least one hole before the round was suspended Thursday.
An update from the tour will be at 4 p.m.
The last time a PGA Tour event had to restart was the third round of the Dell Technologies Championship in 2013.
Mickelson drove into a bunker on the short on-4 10th when the horn sounded to stop play. Because the weather did not present a threat, players were allowed to finish the hole. Mickelson went over the green to a little plugged in the bunker behind the green. Unlucky to control the spin, his shot rolled over the green into a third bunker.
And right when it looked as if he was headed for a big number, Lefty holed his fourth shot for par.
He walked back to His caddy and said with a wide smile, "How about we go in now?"
Information from The Associated Press was used in this report