DORAL, Fla. — Tiger Woods' unbeaten streak lives another day. Barring a big comeback, it'll live for only one more day.

Geoff Ogilvy got to 17 under through nine holes and held a two-shot lead over Jim Furyk and Vijay Singh at the soggy CA Championship, which won't finish until Monday because of a three-hour weather delay during the final round.

Furyk was 15 under through 10, while Singh played nine holes. Retief Goosen and Graeme Storm were three shots back, and Steve Stricker made a huge charge, shooting a final-round 63 to finish at 13 under, four shots back of Ogilvy and tied with Adam Scott.

Play was scheduled to resume Monday at 8:30 a.m., when most intrigue will be pointed toward Woods — who was five back with seven holes remaining.

World Golf Championship events are some of Woods' favorites, given his 15 wins in 26 previous WGCs entering this week. But somehow, at Doral, he's looked mortal. He hasn't lost to anyone in six months, yet when play was halted, he was tied for ninth.

Ogilvy's last win was the 2006 U.S. Open. Woods missed the cut that summer at Winged Foot and has been on an absolute tear ever since, winning 16 of his last 26 official PGA Tour events and carrying winning streaks of seven straight appearances worldwide..

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