Westwood four clear in Indonesia
Lee Westwood remains in control of the Indonesian Masters despite adverse weather conditions curtailing the third round.
The world number three and defending champion managed to strengthen his grip on the tournament after picking up birdies at the first and fourth holes to move to 13-under-par. However, the threat of lightning suspended play before the action was called off all together as conditions did not improve. Westwood admitted his frustration at his momentum being checked by the weather but conceded it was the right course of action to take. "The suspension stopped a bit of momentum going but if it is dangerous weather out there then it is the safest thing to do. It is disappointing for everybody - the players, sponsors and the spectators but this is the nature of the weather in this part of the world," Westwood said. "I'm in a good position and I'll come out tomorrow and try to keep the form up." Myanmar's Zaw Moe is currently second at nine-under-par, with Korea's Lee Sung, India's Shiv Kapur and Bernd Wiesberger of Austria at -7.