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Rory McIlroy, Vijay Singh tied for lead as rain suspends 3rd round of PGA
Woods 1 under, 5 shots back; play will resume Sunday AM
Trevor Immelman was 3 under through 10 holes, while Graeme McDowell remains poised to contend in a third straight major. He was at 2 under through 11 holes, and then ducked into the clubhouse to avoid the pounding rain. Players checked the weather on their phones, and saw nothing but bad weather.
“Disappointing,” McDowell said. “We’ve done well this week to avoid the storms that are pretty inevitable in this part of the country this time of the year.”
And it was slightly disappointing to have to stop, especially for those chasing.
“It was a great test of golf out there this afternoon, a nice 50 mph breeze to keep everyone honest,” he said. “We’ll see how conditions are in the morning.”
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