Weather causes final round delay
Overnight leader Jim Furyk had still to tee off in his final round when play had to be suspended in the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational in Akron.
Tee times had been brought forward in the hope of beating the bad weather, but the first groups out had not even reached the turn when the expected thunderstorm flooded the Firestone course.
On 11 under par Furyk was one ahead of South Africa's 2010 Open champion Louis Oosthuizen and four clear of third-placed Keegan Bradley, who defends his USPGA title in South Carolina this coming week.
Sergio Garcia had birdied the second and third holes to move to two under and joint 14th, while Tiger Woods also picked up a shot on the long second and was one under.
The storm quickly passed and as greenkeeping staff went to work it was still hoped to finish the tournament today.
It was announced that play would resume at noon after a delay of two hours 45 minutes.