Princeton’s Emma Talley had a two over par 74 and stands at five under 211 heading into Saturday’s final round of the LPGA Tour’s LOTTE Championship in Oahu, Hawaii.
On the PGA Tour, play was suspended in the second round of the RBC Heritage due to darkness. Play had been stopped earlier in the day due to weather in Hilton Head Island, SC. Shane Lowry continues to lead the event at nine under par. He was through 16 holes when play was stopped. Nashville’s Brandt Snedeker was at even par through 13 holes. The second round will conclude Saturday morning, with the third round to start Saturday afternoon.
Scott McCarron topped the leaderboard at 4 under with two holes left Friday when first-round play in the rain-delayed PGA Tour Champions Mitsubishi Electric Classic was suspended because of darkness. Franklin’s Kenny Perry and Union native Steve Flesch were five over through 14 holes when play stopped for the day.