Saturday, February 25, 2017

Joburg Open cut to 54 holes after play

suspended on Saturday due to rain

The Joburg Open will be completed over 54 holes after more bad weather forced play to be halted on Saturday.
After play was suspended due to fading light on Friday evening, a large number of players were up early to complete their second rounds on Saturday morning, with Paul Waring and Darren Fichardt tied at the top after 36 holes.
Thunder and lightning arrived in the early afternoon and play was initially suspended at 12.57pm local time.
The rain continued to fall and the decision was made to suspend play overnight due to thunder, lightning and subsequent course flooding.



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