Bryson DeChambeau, D.A. Points and Bill Lunde were locked in a three-way tie for the lead when darkness suspended second-round play on Friday at the Puerto Rico Open. The three Americans were knotted at 11 under par on the rain-softened Coco Beach course, with Lunde having three holes to complete as one of 45 players returning early on Saturday to finish the round in Rio Grande. DeChambeau fired a seven-under-par 65, Points a 69, and Lunde was four-under for the day after an opening 65.
Golf-Three tied for lead in weather delayed Puerto Rico Open (Reuters)
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