Sport Wiesberger stars in Shenzhen

12:55  21 april  2017
12:55  21 april  2017 Source:

Wiesberger takes charge before play cut short in Shenzhen

  Wiesberger takes charge before play cut short in Shenzhen Bernd Wiesberger will head the Shenzhen International leaderboard into Saturday, with bad weather thwarting Bubba Watson's second round.Bernd Wiesberger produced a stunning second round to surge four shots clear at the Shenzhen International before play was abandoned due to heavy rain and lightning.

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Bernd Wiesberger opened up a four-shot lead before storms brought an early finish to the second round of the Shenzhen International.

The Austrian fired a blemish-free 65 to set the clubhouse target at Genzon Golf Club, where play was suspended at 2.40pm local time due to a threat of lightning.

Thorbjorn Olesen and South Africa's Dylan Frittelli both posted matching 68s to share second spot, with Bubba Watson in the group a further stroke back having only completed five holes.

Wiesberger well-placed for Shenzhen success

  Wiesberger well-placed for Shenzhen success A solid round of 69 allowed Bernd Wiesberger to maintain his place atop the Shenzhen International leaderboard, with a three-shot advantage.Bernd Wiesberger takes a three-shot lead into the final round of the Shenzhen International after carding a three-under 69 on Saturday.

Wiesberger surges clear in Shenzhen . Friday, 21 April 2017. Bernd Wiesberger (Getty Images). Related Content. He burst through it, birdieing the 17th and first as Frittelli set the clubhouse target at eight under after making a gain on the penultimate hole.

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Play will resume at 6.30am on Saturday, with the third round set to be played in threeballs and off a two-tee start.

Nearly two hours of play was lost on Thursday to weather delays, with Wiesberger one of 54 players having to finish their opening round on Friday.

Beginning the day two strokes back, Wiesberger birdied his penultimate hole to complete a five-under 67 before making a fast start to his second round.

Starting on the back nine, Wiesberger followed back-to-back gains from the 13th with a birdie at the 17th to move alongside early pacesetter Thongchai Jaidee.

Wiesberger rolled in a 15-foot birdie at the first and drained a 30-footer at the fourth to move top of the leaderboard, adding further gains at the seventh and ninth to extend his cushion.

Frittelli had earlier briefly held the outright advantage after four birdies in a five-hole stretch around the turn, while Olesen mixed five gains with a sole blemish in another strong round.

The pair both head into the weekend on eight under, with Watson is joined by Richie Ramsay and Gregory Bourdy a further stroke back.

Jordan Smith and Scott Jamieson both sit six strokes back with 36 holes completed, while Tommy Fleetwood is level-par for his second round after holes.

Watch the Shenzhen International throughout the weekend live on Sky Sports 4 - your home of golf. Live coverage begins on Saturday from 7am.

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