Nova Scotia Open postponed by Arthur's 72 mph wind gusts

Associated Press

Series: Web.com Tour

HALIFAX, Nova Scotia -- High wind Saturday from Tropical Storm Arthur forced Web.com Tour officials to postpone the third round of the Nova Scotia Open.

Environment Canada measured wind gusts topping 72 mph in Halifax.

The tour will try to complete 36 holes Sunday.

Canada's Roger Sloan and Mexico's Jose de Jesus Rodriguez shared the second-round lead at 10-under 132 on Ashburn Golf Club's New Course. American Zack Sucher and England's David Skinns were tied for third at 7 under.