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Poulter and Casey tied for rain-delayed Honda Classic lead
Poulter and Casey tied for rain-delayed Honda Classic lead

Much-improved putting by Paul Casey and two inexplicably bad tee shots by fellow Englishman Ian Poulter rearranged the standings on the rain-delayed Honda Classic leaderboard late Sunday afternoon. Ahead most of the day, Poulter hit two balls in the water on consecutive holes to fall into a tie for the lead with Casey at seven under par. Play was suspended because of darkness at 6:18 p.m. EST. Poulter has 11 holes remaining and Casey has nine; play resumes at 8 a.m. EST Monday. Patrick Reed, who briefly held the lead at seven under after Poulter's misadventures, was third at six under. Daniel Berger, who is playing in his first Honda, holed out for birdie from 21 yards on the 11th...

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