MILTON, Ga. – Due to unplayable conditions caused by heavy rains and the potential for afternoon thunderstorms Saturday, the third round of the 2021 ACC Men’s Golf Championship at Capital City Club’s Crabapple Course has been postponed until Sunday morning at 7:30 a.m. Semifinals of match play will occur Sunday afternoon on split tees following the conclusion of the stroke play competition.
Tee times were moved forward in an attempt to play the third round Saturday morning, but rain and standing water on the greens caused a halt in play. None of the scores from Saturday morning will count.
North Carolina (-21) remains in the lead, followed by NC State (-12), Clemson (-9), Florida State (-3), Wake Forest (+2), Georgia Tech (+4), Duke (+6), Louisville (+12), Virginia (+12), Notre Dame (+13), Virginia Tech (+14) and Boston College (+15).
A new ACC Championship format this season includes 54 holes of stroke play on Friday (36 holes) and Saturday (18 holes) with the top four teams advancing to match play on Sunday. The match play finals are scheduled for Monday to determine the ACC team champion. The individual winner of the stroke play competition will be the ACC medalist and earn a spot on the All-ACC team.