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Chris Carlson, Associated Press
Amanda Pelayo, right, uses her body weight to keep a scoreboard from blowing away after play was suspended due to high winds during the third round of the Humana Challenge golf tournament on the Nicklaus Private course at PGA West in La Quinta, Calif., Saturday, Jan. 21, 2012.

LA QUINTA, Calif. — The Humana Challenge suspended play midway through the third round Saturday after high winds caused damage on all three courses.

The tournament will resume third-round play Sunday morning with Mark Wilson holding a three-stroke lead over Ben Crane.

Officials believe they can finish the four-round event Sunday.

Most of the golfers were past the turn in the third round when wind gusts of 35 mph blew balls off the greens, toppled a large scoreboard and wrecked an awning in the fan area.

The pro-am tournament reported no injuries, but called an early halt out of caution Saturday.

Wilson is at 21 under for the tournament after going 5 under through 15 holes in the third round. Zach Johnson moved within four strokes of the lead, 6 under through 13 holes.