England's Lee Westwood and Greg Owen finished their USPGA campaigns on Monday after playing just one hole.
The duo were both stuck on the 18th when play was suspended because of thunderstorms on Sunday.
Westwood, who made eight bogeys on Sunday, finished with a birdie for a 75, a two-over total and 17th place.
Owen, having hit seven bogeys, a double bogey and a triple bogey on Sunday, ended seven over after securing a par on the last for a round of 80.
Owen, who had started the day alongside Westwood on three under, said on Sunday: "It's the end to a rubbish day.
"I played very poorly. I had no rhythm, no feeling in any shot. And any time I hit a poor shot I got a bad break too. A day to forget."
On Sunday, England's Ian Poulter shot a 75 for seven over par overall while his compatriot Paul Casey returned a 72 for an eight over total.
Steve Webster, playing his first tournament in the USA, carded a 71 for eight over while another Englishman Luke Donald shot 74 for nine over par.
Ireland's Paul McGinley fired a very respectable 69 to finish three over and was joined by Spain's Sergio Garcia who posted a level-par 70.
Miguel Angel Jimenez of Spain hit 73 to finish six over and his countryman Jose Maria Olazabal was one shot back after a 72.
Germany's Bernhard Langer also finished on seven over after a 75 while Sweden's Jesper Parnevik also hit 75 and was four over.
Parnevik's countryman Fredrik Jacobsen, posted a 71 to finish on five over.
And another Swede Henrik Stenson finished seven over after a 71.