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Ormsby, Arnond lead Ballantine’s by 1 shot
SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA (AP) - Wade Ormsby birdied two of his closing three holes Friday to share the clubhouse lead with Arnond Vongvanij in the second round of the rain-affected Ballantine’s Championship.
Ormsby shot a 5-under 67 at Blackstone Resort to tie Arnond (69) at 137 overall.
Three players _ James Morrison (66), Alexander Noren (67) and Jbe Kruger (67) _ share third place at 6 under.
After the first day was delayed by fog and rain, play stopped Friday for more than an hour because of an electrical storm, leaving more than half the field to complete the second round early Saturday.
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