Brandt Snedeker closed with one of his best rounds ever Sunday and now has to wait to see whether it’s enough to win the PGA Tour’s Farmers Insurance Open.

Snedeker was the only player to finish at par or better in raging wind and rain at Torrey Pines in San Diego. He closed with a 3-under 69, going the final 17 holes without a bogey.

The gusts became so severe that tents on the South Course were evacuated not long after Snedeker finished. The final round was suspended until Monday morning.

Snedeker posted a 6-under 282.

Jimmy Walker was at 7 under par through 10 holes, while K.J. Choi was at 6 under and playing with Walker in the final group.

Spieth second in Singapore Open

• Jordan Spieth finished runner-up at the Singapore Open after South Korea’s Song Young-han parred three final holes in the event delayed by weather and finished 12 under. Spieth played a single stroke Sunday, sinking a 5-foot birdie putt that left him 11 under.

• Hyo Joo Kim, a 20-year-old South Korean, won the season-opening Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic by two strokes, finishing with a 7-under 66 for an 198-under total of 274.



Sharp repeats as Rolex 24 champ

Scott Sharp celebrated a second win at the Rolex 24 at Daytona 20 years after his first victory.

Sharp’s Tequila Patron Extreme Speed Motorsports had a 26-second margin of victory over Wayne Taylor Racing in Daytona Beach, Fla.

Sharp won in 1996 as a co-driver for Wayne Taylor Racing.



Women: Baylor ignored assaults

Three victims who say they were sexually assaulted by former Baylor football player Tevin Elliott claimed Sunday the school did nothing when told about the attacks.

The three women detailed their attacks on ESPN’s “Outside the Lines.” One said she told Bethany McCraw, associate dean for student conduct, that she was “raped” by Elliott and was told by McCraw, “You’re the sixth girl to come in and tell me this.”

“Outside the Lines” reported it found no evidence Baylor acted on the reports, despite federal law requiring an investigation.



U.S. tops Iceland in friendly

Steve Birnbaum headed home the tiebreaking goal on Michael Bradley’s corner kick in the 90th minute, and the U.S. men’s national team opened its 2016 schedule with a 3-2 victory over Iceland in a friendly in Carson, Calif.

Jozy Altidore and Michael Orozco scored goals before Birnbaum knocked in the late winner.

Captain Terry says he’s leaving Chelsea

• Chelsea captain John Terry said the club informed him it would not renew his contract. Terry, 35, joined the club as a 14-year-old and made his senior debut in 1998.



Skiing: Warm weather wiped out World Cup Alpine skiing on Sunday. A women’s slalom in Maribor, Slovenia, and a men’s giant slalom in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, weren’t held because the courses had deteriorated.

Minnesota Scene: Two Minnesotans won championships in the USA Triathlon Winter Triathlon National Championships at Lake Phalen. Jan Guenther of Long Lake won the women’s 55-59 age group, and Joel LaFrance of Plymouth won men’s 35-39. … The No. 22 Gophers men’s tennis team won only the doubles point, losing 6-1 on a visit to No. 25 Oklahoma State.