Australia's Minjee Lee is featuring on another LPGA leaderboard, at the rain-marred Texas Classic.
Just days after losing to Lydia Ko's eagle in a playoff in San Francisco, 21-year-old Lee was three shots behind leader Nicole Broch Larsen of Denmark after Saturday's play at the Old American Golf Club ended due to failing light.
Who will win is anyone guess as the weather has played havoc with the schedule, resulting in the tournament being slashed from four rounds to two, with the first round leaders yet to start their second rounds.
With three holes still to play, Lee had picked up one shot in her second round to get to four under and was tied sixth when play was called off.
She is well-placed to record a sixth top-10 finish from nine starts this season.
Fellow Australian Su Oh will commence her second, and final, round on Sunday at three under after an opening 68.
World No.89 Larsen had picked up three shots after 14 holes to lead by one shot from joint first-round leaders Sung Hyun Park and Jenny Shin of South Korea, plus Aditi Ashok and Gaby Lopez.
Park and Shin both shot six-under 65s in their opening round and have a full round to play on Sunday.
Ashok, a 20-year-old from India, had picked up four shots after 14 holes of her second round on Saturday while Mexico's Lopez had picked up three shots through 11.
The tournament was halved after Thursday's play was cancelled and Friday's began after an eight-hour rain delay.
It will be the LPGA Tour's first 36-hole event since the Bahamas-LPGA Classic in May 2013, which was cut short because of flooding.