A two-hour-and-28 minute weather delay halted play in the final round of the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational, but the final round has finally resumed and all golfers are on the course in Akron.
The round started well for the tournament's top two golfers, Jim Furyk and Louis Oosthuizen. Both birdied the first two holes to start their final round. Furyk, at 13-under, holds a one-stroke lead over Oosthuizen after two holes.
Tiger Woods is 3-under through eight holes, but he is still 10 strokes back of the lead, in 11th place.
Should Furyk or Oosthuizen falter, there is a three-way tie for third place at 7-under. Those golfers are Justin Rose, Rory McIlory and Keegan Bradley.
Last year's champion at the event was Adam Scott.