Lee leads suspended Sime Darby
The first round of the LPGA Sime Darby Malaysia was suspended on Thursday after a lightning storm struck the Kuala Lumpur course.
At the time of the suspension, the USA’s Alison Lee topped the leaderboard on seven-under after seven birdies in 15 bogey-free holes.
China’s Shanshan Feng and Xi Yu Lin were tied for second place on six-under after respectively shooting 14 holes and completing the round.
Xi carded seven birdies and one bogey for her 65 while Feng managed to stay bogey free and shoot six birdies.
Taiwan’s Yani Tseng also managed to finish the round before play was stopped; carding six birdies and a bogey to finish on five-under.
Tseng is tied for fourth place with Japan’s Sakura Yokomine, who carded five birdies and stayed bogey-free over 14 holes.
South Korea’s Amy Yang and Chella Choi are tied for sixth on four -under, while six others are a shot back and tied for eighth.
I want to fulfil my dreams – Adam Scott in no mood to lower expectations
Scott is seeking a third Australian PGA Championship title this week in his native Queensland.
Nicolas Colsaerts named a vice-captain for Europe’s Ryder Cup team
The Belgian joins Thomas Bjorn and Edoardo Molinari on Luke Donald’s staff.
Ireland’s Ancient East: Golf attractions alongside stunning beauty of Kildare
Ireland has a rich mix of tourist attractions across its varied and beautiful terrain.
Rory McIlroy crowned top golfer in Europe despite Jon Rahm claiming Dubai title
The Spaniard’s two-shot victory over England’s Tyrrell Hatton and Sweden’s Alex Noren was his third in six years at Jumeirah Golf Estates.
Leona Maguire shoots day’s best to tie Lydia Ko in chasing LPGA’s largest prize
Maguire is chasing her second title while Ko is close to claiming her second straight LPGA Tour player of the year.
Rory McIlroy edges ahead of Matt Fitzpatrick in race to be European number one
McIlroy’s third round of 65 at the DP World Tour Championship put him back ahead of his rival in the rankings.
Lydia Ko firms lead for biggest prize in women’s golf history at LPGA finale
The 25-year-old turned a one-shot lead into a five-shot edge as she chased down the two-million-dollar (£1.6million) prize.
Matt Fitzpatrick leading race to become European number one
Rory McIlroy gave the Yorkshireman something to think about with a late blitz.
Lydia Ko in the lead for largest prize in women’s golf history at LPGA finale
The 25-year-old finished seven-under 65 in her bid to win the two-million-dollar (£1.6million) prize.
Matt Fitzpatrick moves into pole position to become European number one
Fitzpatrick is now projected to finish top of the DP World Tour rankings for the first time.