AVONDALE, La. (AP) — Jason Bohn shot a 5-under 67 Saturday to take a four-stroke lead at the weather-plagued Zurich Classic.
Bohn, the first-round leader, got off to a late start and had to wait out a 90-minute delay, but offset a bogey with six birdies for a 132 total. John Senden and Jeff Overton were tied for second after both shot 69s.
Lee Janzen, Alex Cejka, Brian Davis, Greg Owen, and Shaun Micheel were tied fourth another shot back.
The rain and lightning that stopped play on Friday and delayed it Saturday morning gave way to strong winds gusting to more than 40 mph.
Tournament officials planned to make the cut after the second round ended and immediately begin the third round, with trios of players teeing off on the first and 10th holes.