Rain severely disrupted play at the Singapore Open again on Friday, with golfers being shuttled on and off the course and half the field unable to even start the second round.
Thailand's Chapchai Nirat and England's Simon Dyson shared a one-stroke lead at 6-under par midway through the second round before play was halted for the second consecutive day because of thunderstorms.
Chapchai has nine holes left to play and Dyson has five. Three golfers are in a tie for third at 5 under - Italians Matteo Manassero and Francesco Molinari and Denmark's Thomas Bjorn.
After storms cut play short on Thursday, organizers were forced to complete the first round on Friday morning.
Chapchai was among those on the course early Friday and finished off a first round of 6-under 65 to surge into the lead. Dyson caught him, however, with four birdies at the start of the second.
Rory McIlroy had a long day on the course, too. He played 10 holes in the morning to finish up his first round at 1-under 7...