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VIRGINIA WATER England (Reuters) - Play finally got underway at 1005 local time after heavy overnight rain caused a three-hour delay in the BMW PGA Championship third round at Wentworth on Saturday.
Denmark's Thomas Bjorn and Shane Lowry of Ireland, who share the lead on 10-under-par, are due to tee-off in a threeball with Spain's Rafa Cabrera-Bello (-6) at 1415.
Former world number ones Rory McIlroy (-5) and Luke Donald (-6) and Swede Jonas Blixt (-5), playing in the penultimate match, start at 1405.
(Reporting by Tony Jimenez, editing by Patrick Johnston)
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