Published March 02, 2013
| Associated Press
CENTURION, South Africa – South Africa's Charl Coetzee will take a one-stroke lead into the third round of the weather-delayed Tshwane Open in Centurion.
Play in the second round was completed early Saturday due to a thunderstorm late on Friday which forced an abandonment at the Els Club course at the Copperleaf Golf Estate.
Coetzee, who is still seeking his first professional tournament victory after a prolific amateur career, had moved to the clubhouse lead on 12-under par 132 before the stoppage with a second-day score of 65.
Chile's Mark Tullo (66) and South African Tawie Der Walt (65) are in second place at 11-under par.