The Australian contingent at the Masters has fallen off the pace after a soggy day at Augusta National where a two-man shootout now looms.
Brooks Koepka stood tall at the top of the leaderboard during miserable conditions, while world No.3 Jon Rahm also kept the pace to create daylight to the rest of the field.
Koepka is the clubhouse leader after six holes in the third round — which was suspended due to heavy rain — with a four-shot buffer to Rahm.
It should be said, however, that when play resumes on Sunday (at 10.30pm AEST), Rahm has the chance for a two-shot swing on the seventh green.
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