Lydia Ko's reign as the youngest world golf number one may be short-lived - South Korea's Inbee Park can overtake her at the latest tournament in the Bahamas.
Park shot an early five under par 68 opening round and she's one shot off the lead, while Ko was one under par through eight holes before the 17-year-old and the rest of the players still on the course had to abandon play due to rain.
Ko completed her rain-interrupted first round on Saturday but remains at one under, tied for 31st, while Park's still tied for second and a shot off the lead.
Former world number one Tiger Woods withdrew after 11 holes on the opening round of the latest PGA Tour event at Torrey Pines with a stiff back.
Rotorua's Danny Lee fired a one under 71 to be seven shots off the lead, Hamilton's Steve Alker was even par through 13 holes when play was suspended for the day.