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Stallings and Mullinax lead storm-hit Zurich Classic

Scott Stallings tees off on the 15th hole during round two of the Zurich Classic of New Orleans at TPC Louisiana. (AFP pic)

NEW ORLEANS: The duo of Scott Stallings and Trey Mullinax finished their round with a 11-under 61 before storms and then darkness prevented the completion of the opening round of the Zurich Classic on Thursday.

Only 13 teams were able to complete their first rounds at TPC Louisiana following a weather delay that included lightning in the area. Play will resume at 7 am local time (12 noon GMT) on Friday.

Martin Laird/Nick Taylor and Brian Gay/Rory Sabbatini were tied for second at 10 under. Laird and Taylor finished their round while Gay and Sabbatini still have four holes to play.

Another shot off the pace were the teams of Joel Dahmen/Brandon Harkins and Brice Garnett/Chesson Hadley, who were both able to complete their rounds.

Tournament officials said they are hopeful of getting the round completed on Friday.

“We’re going to play as much golf as we can today and finish up what we have to tomorrow,” said PGA TOUR rules official Gary Young. “Hopefully not into Saturday. But I think we’ll have enough time to get it done by tomorrow.”

The two-player team event includes Four-ball (best ball) rounds on Thursday/Saturday and Foursomes (alternate shot) on Friday/Sunday.

The field will be cut from 60 teams to 35 following the second round.

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