The Africom Zimbabwe Open has been reduced to 54 holes and the third and final round will begin on Sunday morning after persistent rain and a waterlogged golf course forced play to end prematurely on Saturday. The second round was completed with the cut falling at even par. 68 players will resume tomorrow morning.
Theunis Spangenberg is still the leader on 13-under par with Darryn Lloyd in second on 11-under par. Deane Pappas is alone in third on 10-under par with defending champion JbeÂ Kruger a further two shots back.
Play will begin at 08h30 tomorrow morning weather permitting.