For the second week in a row, the weather has played its part in halting play on the PGA Tour.
Last week it was the Pebble Beach Pro-Am and this time it's the Waste Management Phoenix Open that has been affected.
Thursday's opening round was twice halted, once for rain and once again when the light faded after the resumption.
Seamus Power is sitting tied for 18th but has only played four holes of his round, picking up one shot on the thirteenth having started on the tenth.
Coming into this weekend, the West Waterford man is looking to find some form after testing early-season outings. He has dropped to 104th in the world rankings having ended 2023 in 82nd after several months of inactivity due to injury.
His report card so far in 2024 makes for less than desirable reading; T50 at the Sentry, T74 at the Sony Open, a missed cut at the Farmers Insurance Open and a T31 finish at Pebble Beach.
Compared to this time last year, Power had picked up T25, T20, T15 and T20 finishes in his first four events.
Elsewhere, Offaly's Shane Lowry is in the clubhouse on -4, following an opening 67 at TPC Scottsdale. The former Open winner is two shots off the pace and tied for third.
Less than half the field completed their opening rounds with 69 of the 133 due back out this afternoon to card their opening scores.
Play is due to resume at 2.30 pm Irish time.