Golf: Play suspended in final round of Australian Open

Play has been suspended early in the final round of the Australian Open in Sydney.

Tournament officials have halted play due to high winds at The Lakes which have caused balls to move on the greens.

Kiwis Gareth Paddison and Josh Geary have teed off, with Paddison battling in the conditions to be three-over for the day early in his round.

He is two-over for the tournament while Geary remains at two-under.

Leader John Senden begins his round at seven-under, two shots ahead of England's Justin Rose.

- Newstalk ZB

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