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By PA Sport
Last Updated: 12/05/19 8:33am
Matt Every will carry a one-shot lead into the final day of the AT&T Byron Nelson after a rain-hit third round was suspended due to darkness.
After a six-hour rain delay, American Every opened his third round with an eagle and had four birdies to reach the turn at six-under 30 and move to 18 under for the tournament before play was called for the day.
Sung Kang, who matched the Trinity Forest course record with a 61 in the second round, was also part of the lead group through nine holes, sitting one shot off the pace after a bogey on the par-three eighth.
Tyler Duncan sits in third on 15 under and will also have 27 holes to complete on Sunday.
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The weather did little to dampen Nicholas Lindheim’s day, however, with the American within a chance of shooting his own 61. The 34-year-old – at nine under for the day through 15 holes – entered the day in 44th but moved in a tie for seventh.
Scotland’s Martin Laird was at one under for the day after 10 holes and dropped into a share of 16th place.
The third round will resume at 1.30pm BST on Sunday.
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