Choi shot a 67 to get to five-under-par 137, one stroke ahead of
Allenby was among 65 players still on the course when the rain hit Harbour Town Golf Links. Officials delayed the round shortly before 3 p.m. and then sent everyone home until Saturday morning after waiting through about 90 minutes of steady, heavy rain. Allenby has 13 holes to finish when play resumes Saturday morning.
Donald shot a 69 and joined Billy Hurley III (69) and first-round tri-leader Scott Langley (73) in the clubhouse two shots behind Choi.
Kuchar, who tied for fifth last week at the year's first major, had a pair of double bogeys on his first six holes before the rains came and stood four shots behind Choi.
Spieth, a Masters rookie who tied for second at Augusta National, had a 74 and was at one-over 143 — good enough to make the projected cut of four over, but well off his opening 69.
Angela Stanford shot a five-under 67 to open a four-stroke lead after three rounds of the
Stanford, a five-time
Wie shot two under in the third round to move into a tie with the 18-year-old Kim.
Jimenez, coming off a fourth-place finish in the Masters, overcame constant rain and chilly temperatures at TPC Sugarloaf. He shot a six-under 30 on his first nine holes, including an eagle on No. 18. He reached seven under with a birdie on No. 2 and closed with seven straight pars.
Defending champion Bernhard Langer, Steve Pate and Kenny Perry each shot a 68.
Fred Couples shot a 69, including a double bogey on No. 9, his finishing hole. Jeff Sluman also shot a 69. Though light rain began soon after the round began and became more intense in the afternoon, there was no delay.