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Chris Carlson, Associated Press
Ben Crane watches his tee shot on the 18th hole during the wind delayed third round of the Humana Challenge golf tournament at La Quinta Country Club in La Quinta, Calif., Sunday, Jan. 22, 2012.

LA QUINTA, Calif. — Mark Wilson finished the Humana Challenge's wind-delayed third round at 21-under par Sunday, taking a three-stroke lead over four golfers into the final round later in the day.

Zach Johnson, Robert Garrigus, Ben Crane and Brandt Snedeker were three strokes behind Wilson after finishing their third rounds early Sunday morning. The tournament was suspended Saturday afternoon after 35-mph winds caused damage on all three courses at the pro-am tournament.

Tournament officials remained hopeful they could finish competition Sunday. The leaders are due to tee off around 12 p.m.

Wilson is looking for yet another fast start to a year. He won twice in the first five weeks of last season, and the Wisconsin native got each of his four career PGA Tour wins before mid-March.

Garrigus shot a third-round 61.