November 14, 2010 by staff
The final round and 6 million co-sanctioned tournament was arrested shortly before noon local time as a tropical downpour hit the Serapong course and the threat of lightning forced the players in the clubhouse.
Defending champion Ian Poulter and U.S. Open winner Graeme McDowell were two of those who saw the Philippines, known as Pac Man, dominate Margarito for 12 rounds at Cowboys Stadium in Texas.
“It is the worst storm in delay of all the times we all have to see Pacquiao fight, but it means that we are fighting to end today,” McDowell said in his Twitter.
McDowell could leaprfrog German Martin Kaymer in the top of the Race to Dubai ranking if he wins in Singapore, though the tournament now looks set to finish due to the delay on Monday.
“70 players seeing the fight Pac Man,” Poulter Twitter on your page. “Wow is a Belter.”
Poulter, Adam Scott and Kang Kyung-Nam are leading the tournament at 14 under par after three holes of the final round two strokes McDowell.
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