Final round of Shenzhen event postponed due to thunderstorms

SHENZHEN, China (AP) Lee Slattery of Britain held a one-stroke lead on Sunday when the final round of the Shenzhen International was postponed due to thunderstorms.

Slattery had turned in a 34 and was on the 10th fairway when Sunday's round was suspended. Overnight leader Lee Soo-min, Alexander Levy and Callum Shinkwin were on the ninth fairway in the final group behind Slattery.

Six hours were lost to bad weather over the first two days and bad light brought an early end to the third day with Lee leading at 14 under after 11 holes.

The players are set to return at 6:30 a.m. on Monday to determine the winner of the second edition of the event in Guangdong.

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