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Final round of CIMB twice delayed by weather

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MOBILE, AL - NOVEMBER 10: Ben Barry of Tuscaloosa carries a stuffed Pink Panther on his shoulders as he follows Paula Creamer through her third round play in The Mitchell Company LPGA Tournament of Champions at Magnolia Grove Golf Course on November 10, 2007 in Mobile, Alabama. Creamer is nicknamed the Pink Panther. (Photo by Dave Martin/Getty Images)  - 

Mother Nature is still wreaking havoc on the PGA Tour – even in a new season and half a world away.

The final round of the CIMB Classic in Malaysia was twice delayed by inclement weather on Sunday. The first delay at Kuala Lumpur Country Club caused more than a three-hour suspension of the play, and then Round 4 was delayed for a second time at 5:20 p.m. local time, with leader Gary Woodland staked to a one-shot lead on the 15th green.

A steady rain continued to fall as the horn blew to resume play, but no lightning was reported in the area.