Pebble Beach, California - February 10: Phil Mickelson of the United States reacts on the 12th green at the AT & T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Finals at Pebble Beach Golf Links on February 10, 2019 in Pebble Beach, California. (Photo of Harry How / Getty Images)

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The match was suspended due to the darkness of the last round of Pebble Beach Pro-Am on Sunday.

Phil Mickelson leads the tournament at 18 under, while Paul Casey holds a share of second at 15 under.

Mickelson and Casey each have two more holes to play. Casey still has a tee shot in the 16th green before heading to the 17th start. The PGA Tour ad the game will resume at 11 am ET.

Here is a preview of the top 10, with the full ranking available on PGATour.com.

Pebble Beach Pro-Am Ranking

1. Phil Mickelson (-18) at 16

T2. Paul Casey (-15 to 15 years old)

T2. Scott Stallings (-15)

T4. Jason Day (-13)

T4. If Woo Kim (-13)

6. Scott Langley (under 12)

T7. Kevin Streelman (-11)

T7. Brian Gay (-11)

T7. Lucas Glover (-11)

T10. Max Homa (-10)

T10. Michael Thompson (-10)

T10. Chris Stroud (-10)

T10. Scott Piercy (-10)

The television cameras surprised Mickelson and Casey talking to the tournament officials about whether they would stop playing or try to keep playing despite the sun falling on Pebble Beach. In addition to current golf, the ongoing exchanges between Mickelson and Casey have created a fascinating visual experience.

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The weather did not cooperate on Sunday, a hail storm caused a significant delay and led to the suspension. According to San Francisco Chronicleof Ron Kroichickthe storm itself lasted only 10 minutes, which was more than enough to cause chaos. The greens soaked with hail made a surreal scene.

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As a result, things deteriorated further after night rushes forced tournament officials to start the final round an hour later than planned. As a result, there was little chance that the entire group would finish the round before darkness became a factor.

Nobody will be more disappointed with the suspension than Mickelson, who was riding Sunday while Casey was in the standings.

Casey had a three-shot lead over Mickelson on 54 holes, with Lucas Glover and Scott Piercy tied for third place and four shots back.

His round started pretty well when he managed a birdie on the second hole to go to 16 under. Casey got stuck there for the rest of the first nine, which opened the door for Mickelson. Back-to-back bogeys for Casey at the 11th and 12th holes then put him in a draw for second place.

Mickelson, on the other hand, is slowly closing the gap. He went around and opened the last nine with a birdie at No. 10. The hole was a perfect example of how everything broke in favor of the five-time winner.

His training seemed to hang right but still land on the fairway to keep him on track for the birdie.

Mickelson opened a little more leeway on Casey with birdies on numbers 13 and 14.

Mickelson essentially has a hand on the title at this point, but stopping the game allows Casey to keep some hope. Although the odds are slim, Mickelson would throw a three-shot lead in just two holes, it's not mathematically impossible.

Casey is probably the only golfer to pose a threat to Mickelson.

Scott Stallings went six sous on Sunday to reach 15 cents for the tournament, putting him tied for second place. Stallings has already finished his last round, so he will have to sit at the clubhouse while Mickelson and Casey complete.