The Charlotte Observer (Sunday) - - Sports - — WIRE SER­VICES

UL In­ter­na­tional Crown: Strong winds and heavy rain from Typhoon Kon­grey hit the Korean penin­sula, en­sur­ing that there would be no play on day three of the eight-na­tion UL In­ter­na­tional Crown event in the city of In­cheon, South Korea, 25 miles west of Seoul.

The de­fend­ing cham­pion United States led Pool B at the end of the sec­ond round with six points. Swe­den is next with four points while Ja­pan and Thai­land have three each.

Af­ter three rounds of four­balls, the top two teams from each pool and one wild-card team will ad­vance to the sin­gles event. The team col­lect­ing the most points over the four days wins the ti­tle. Teams get two points for a win and one if the match is halved.

Asia-Pa­cific Ama­teur: Lin Yuxin of China beat the weather and broke the course record for an 8un­der 62 to take a one-shot lead in the Asia-Pa­cific Ama­teur in Sin­ga­pore.

Lin, who turns 18 next week, was at 10-un­der 200 at the New Tan­jong course at Sen­tosa Golf Club.

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