Park In-bee plays in the women's golf tournament at the Tokyo Olympics. (Photo: Yonhap)
The fourth round of the Olympic women's golf tournament, scheduled for Saturday, could be postponed due to bad weather.
The International Golf Federation said Thursday a typhoon could bring rain and wind to Kawagoe, northwest of Tokyo, where the golf event is being held.
The golf governing body said if the weather doesn't clear up by Sunday, the tournament could wrap up after 54 holes, or three rounds.
South Korea's Park In-bee is looking to defend her title.
After the second round, Park is tied for 24th place.
Her Korean teammate, world no. 2 Ko Jin-young, is tied for second, while Nelly Korda of the United States is in the lead.
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