Lunde leads as weather again halts play in Colombia


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Bogota, Colombia ( - Bill Lunde posted a 3-under 68 on Friday and that gave him the lead before the second round of the Colombia Championship was suspended for the day due to heavy rain.

Lunde finished 36 holes at 8-under-par 134. Lunde owns one win on the PGA Tour and another on the Tour.

Justin Thomas and Jonathan Randolph both stood at minus-7 when play was stopped for the day. Thomas was through 16 holes, while Randolph had completed 15.

Peter Tomasulo posted a 2-under 69. He moved into fourth at 6-under 136. Vaughn Taylor (68) is one stroke back at minus-5. Michael Kim and Alex Cejka are also minus-5, but they are just through 15 and three holes respectively on the Fundadores Course at Bogota Country Club.


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