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Phadungsil leads but bad light has final say

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Chinnarat Phadungsil of Thailand held a slim lead of 12-under-par part way through the third round of the CJ Invitational after play was suspended due to poor light on Saturday. 

Thai golfer Chinnarat Phadungsil held a slim lead of 12-under-par part way through the third round of the CJ Invitational in Seoul after play was suspended due to poor light.

Tournament host K.J Choi of Korea trailed closely behind Chinnarat after reaching the turn at 11-under-par to stay one shot back of the Thai, while Korea's Kim Dae-hyun was in third place at 10-under-par through 10 holes.

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