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Mandela Championship cut to 54 holes after three days of rain

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DURBAN, South Africa (AP)

Organizers say the Nelson Mandela Championship has been reduced to 54 holes after rain affected the first three days.

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Some players were still finishing their first rounds early Friday, when rain again intervened at Mount Edgecombe Country Club on South Africa's east coast and led to a three-hour delay.

The European Tour event had already been brought forward by a day and won't be able to run over into Sunday out of respect for the funeral of former South African President Nelson Mandela.

Daniel Brooks leads the tournament after an 8-under 62 in the first round, which he carded on Wednesday.

Tournament organizers said there will be a cut after the second round.

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