Soomin Lee in control at Shenzhen International before play suspended

Soomin Lee holds a three-shot lead at the Shenzhen International but the second round will not finish until Saturday after bad weather in China.

Soomin Lee has completed his second round at the Shenzhen International with a three-shot advantage but the majority of the field are yet to reach the clubhouse after bad weather caused delays on Friday.

The world number 128 held a share of the lead after the opening day's play but he has moved ahead on his own after recording seven birdies at the China-based course during his second round.

Soomin Lee of Korea plays a shot during the second round of the Shenzhen International at Genzon Golf Club on April 22, 2016 © Getty Images

Joost Luiten currently sits in second spot after producing a round of 66 while Irishman Paul Dunne shares third position with South Africa's Brandon Stone.

Lee Slattery and Alexander Levy sit in a tie for fifth position - seven shots off the lead - but they were only through the early stages of their round before play was called off for the day.

Amateur Paul Dunne of Ireland acknowledges the crowd on the 18th green during the third round of the 144th Open Championship at The Old Course on July 19, 2015
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