LOS ANGELES - Brandt Snedeker's stellar 69 in brutal weather Sunday proved enough to see the American lift the trophy at a sunsplashed Torrey Pines on Monday as the weather-delayed Farmers Insurance Open concluded. Snedeker had been simply sensational on Sunday when gusting winds and spells of driving rain forced three delays and pushed scores up at Torrey Pines north of San Diego, California. Snedeker, who described it as "like playing a British Open on a US Open setup" had built a 72-hole total of six-under 282 when play was halted with most of the field still to finish. Jimmy Walker was seven-under on the course, and South Korean veteran K.J. Choi at six-under, both with eight holes to play. "You would not imagine what was going through my head," Snedeker said of his anxious night spent.