Storms delay Turner and Clarke in Singapore
 SINGAPORE- Younghan Song of Korea during round two of the SMBC Singapore Open. Picture by Paul Lakatos / Lagardère Sports.

SINGAPORE- Younghan Song of Korea during round two of the SMBC Singapore Open. Picture by Paul Lakatos / Lagardère Sports.

Niall Turner, Darren Clarke and world No 1 Jordan Spieth were among the 78 players who failed to finish as thunder and lightning caused play to be suspended in the second round of the SMBC Singapore Open.

Tied 20th overnight, Muskerry player Turner was level for the day after three holes and one under for the tournament in a share of 30th with Spieth still four under par after six holes.

Playing just behind Spieth, Clarke was also level after six holes and three over for the tournament in joint 90th. Scores

Korea’s Younghan Song surged up the leaderboard after carding a sparkling eight-under-par 63 around the Serapong Course at Sentosa Golf Club.

“I didn’t get off to a great start but made a good birdie on number two,” Spieth said. "That’s golf, that’s weather, you can’t control that. I could tell it was bad on other parts of the course.”

Song made seven birdies, one eagle and a bogey to establish a two-shot advantage over Japan’s Shintaro Kobayashi with his two-day total of nine-under-par 133.