Play suspended due to storms at Australian PGA

BY | Australasian PGA Tour | 2002 Australian PGA Championship | Round Three | 30 Nov 2002
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Jarrod Moseley, Aaron Baddeley and Peter Lonard have all gotten off to great starts on day three of the $1 million Australian PGA Championship at the Hyatt Coolum Resort. Play was stopped as a summer storm rolled in from the West, bringing with it, the threat of lightning.

Overnight co-leader, Jarrod Moseley, remains in the lead at -16 after the first 10 holes of the third round. He carded birdies at the 4th, 5th and 8th holes until rain stopped play.

Aaron Baddeley began the day one stroke behind Moseley, and has now fallen another shot back to -14 after 10 holes despite two birdies plus an eagle at the par-5 4th hole.

Peter Lonard lies in outright third place at -13 after 11 holes. Lonard carded birdies at the 2nd and 4th holes to be only three shots adrift of Moseley.

Adam Scott is at -10 after 11 holes while Greg Norman, who got off to a slow start but came alive on the back nine with birdies at the 10th, 11th, 12th and 14th holes to move into 7th place at -8 with 4 holes to play.

Play is expected to resume later this afternoon after the storms clear.

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