As if the pressure of putting while trying to win your first LPGA title wasn't enough, Belen Mozo found herself dodging flying signs -- Yes, flying signs among other objects and debris -- during the final round of the Mckayson New Zealand Women's Open. Play was suspended at 5:16 local time in Auckland, but not before this crazy scene unfolded showing just how dangerous the conditions created by gale-force winds in the area were:
At the end of the New Zealand Herald's video, you can hear Mozo, clearly upset by the situation, yell, "This tour, we're like sheeps." She backed up her words on Twitter after:
And Mozo, the 54-hole leader of the event, wasn't alone in voicing her displeasure. Here's what Brittany Lincicome tweeted about how things were handled:
Mozo was two over through six holes when play was stopped, falling into a tie for second with Lincicome. Meanwhile, Brooke Henderson incredibly birdied three of the six holes she played in the adverse conditions. She'll take a four-shot lead into Monday when the tournament will hopefully be concluded. If it can't be, and it's shortened to 54 holes, Mozo would be the winner.