Westwood frustrated by weather
Lee Westwood saw his charge at the Indonesian Masters held up after the third round was abandoned due to adverse weather on Saturday.
The world number three - who is defending the title he won 12 months ago - birdied the first and fourth holes to move four clear of the field on 13-under, before proceedings were suspended due to the threat of lightning at around 1pm local time.
Officials subsequently called play off for the day some four hours later after conditions failed to improve at the Royale Jakarta Golf Club.
As a result, Westwood will be one of 69 players who have to return early on Sunday morning to complete their third rounds before embarking on their fourth, but the Englishman remained philosophical about his predicament.
"The suspension stopped a bit of momentum going but if it is dangerous weather out there then it is the safest thing to do," Westwood told reporters.
"I'm in a good position and I'll come out tomorrow and try to keep the form up."
Zaw Moe of Myanmar is Westwood's closest challenger, standing on nine-under through four holes of his third round.
"You have to be mentally strong especially in this sort of weather delays," Moe stated. "I made four straight pars so I'll need to get some momentum going when I return tomorrow (Sunday)."
India's Shiv Kapur, Lee Sung of Korea and Austrian Bernd Wiesberger share third place on seven-under in the early stages of their third rounds.