Nelson Mandela Championship suspended for second time

Daniel Brooks keeps his lead at the top of the Nelson Mandela Championship after play was abandoned on day two due to a waterlogged course in Durban.

The Nelson Mandela Championship has been suspended for the second time on Thursday due to a waterlogged Mount Edgecombe course in Durban.

Play was halted for the day after just four hours and 23 minutes, with Daniel Brooks keeping his one-shot lead at the top with an eight-under 62.

South African Oliver Bekker was able to move to six under through 14 holes, which has placed him alongside Edouard Dubois and Romain Wattel in third spot.

Branden Grace and Darren Fichardt were at four under when play was abandoned for the day, while defending champion Scott Jamieson currently sits on two over after 13 holes.

Daniel Brooks of England reacts to a shot during the first round of The Nelson Mandela Championship at Mount Edgecombe Country Club on December 11, 2013
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