Spanish contender Belen Mozo was quick to share her frustration with the LPGA Mckayson New Zealand Women's Open, complaining that the players were being treated like "sheeps".

High winds led to flying signs and other objects on the course, and the tournament was unable to be completed on Sunday and may resume this morning.

If the final round cannot be completed, Mozo will claim her first tour win because she led Brooke Henderson by one-stroke at 15-under-par after three rounds.

But Mozo lost her lead in the fourth round chaos amid awful weather at the aptly named Windross Farm course south of Auckland.

She told her Twitter followers she "almost got slammed by a sign" and claimed the players were treated "like sheeps". She later corrected it to "sheep"" adding "sorry about that".
An ace helped Mozo take a five shot lead after 36 holes.