The D+D Real Czech Masters has been reduced to 54 holes after a deluge of rain forced an almost total washout of Saturday’s play in Prague.
Only a handful of players managed to start their third rounds and organisers decided to cut the DP World Tour tournament rather than try to fit in 36 holes on Sunday.
“The continued rainfall we have experienced means that, despite the strenuous efforts of the greens staff and volunteers, there is no way the course is going to be playable for the rest of the day,” said tournament director David Williams.
Malaysian Gavin Green holds a three-shot lead after a blistering nine-under-par 63 in Friday’s second round.
South African Louis de Jager is four shots behind Green, in a share of fifth, after rounds of 64 and 70.
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