Golf: High winds suspend play at women's British Open

South Korea's Na Yeon Choi embraces England's Liz Young at the 18th green during the Women's British Open golf championship in Scotland

ST ANDREWS, United Kingdom - High winds forced a suspension of play at 12:30 local time (1130GMT) in Saturday's third round of the women's British Open at the Old Course, St Andrews.0

South Korea's Choi Na Yeon, the halfway leader on 10 under par, had not started her round. She was due out at 13:40

The wind was averaging 26mph with gusts of 38mph and the play became unplayable due to balls moving on the greens.

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