None of the 54 players making the cut at The Masters were able to complete their third rounds when play was suspended at Augusta National; Tiger Woods was bottom of the leaderboard after successive double bogeys; watch live coverage on Sunday on Sky Sports Golf
By Ali Stafford at Augusta National
Last Updated: 08/04/23 8:40pm
Brooks Koepka extended his Masters lead over Jon Rahm to four shots before the third round was suspended due to a waterlogged course at Augusta National.
Koepka held a three-stroke overnight advantage after a bogey-free 67 but saw his lead reduced to two when Rahm – one 39 players returning early on Saturday morning to complete their second rounds – posted a two-under 70 to move to 10 under.
Tournament organisers put groups out in threesomes and off a two-tee start to try and make up for lost time, with heavy rain falling for the majority of a cold and breezy third day and greenkeepers regularly attempting to remove standing water from several greens as conditions worsened.
Koepka was one under through six holes and four clear of Rahm, who had slipped back to nine under after back-to-back bogeys at the fourth and fifth, when officials suspended play for the rest of the day at 3.15pm local time (8.15pm BST) due to a waterlogged course.
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