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Published: 11:10 | 31/7/16

Monday finish likely at US PGA


The US PGA is likely to be finished on Monday after rain and the threat of lightning wrecked the third roiund on Saturday.

Play was suspended at 19.14 Irish time and was finally abandoned for the day at 23.00 leaving five pairings without having hit a single ball on Saturday.

37 players out of the 86 who made the cut had completed their third rounds before the klaxon sounded to suspend play.

The third round is scheduled to re-commence at 12.00pm Irish time with the final round set to get underway at 13.40. The groups will feature the same pairings for both rounds.

Although both rounds have been scheduled to ensure the event is completed on Sunday, the weather is forecast to be dreadful for much of the day meaning more suspensions in play are likely.

Joint leaders Robert Streb and Jimmy Walker are nine under, two shots clear of Australia's world number one Jason Day and Argentina's Emiliano Grillo.

Kevin Kisner holds the clubhouse lead on -5 while Padraig Harrington shot a superb bogey-free round of 65 to shoot up to four under, just five shots off the pace.

Martin Kaymer, Patrick Reed and Brooks Kopeka also sit on -5, with all three yet to start their third round, while Henrik Stenson (-6), Hideki Matsuyama (-4) and Harris English (-4) complete the list of 10 with 36 holes still to complete.

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