Britain's Tony Jacklin gave himself an outside chance of winning the Canadian Senior Open title in Ancaster, Ontario, with a two-under- par third round 68 which left him four shots behind the leader Larry Mowry. Jacklin is on the four-under-par total of 206 going into the final round. Mowry, who is looking for his first victory since 1989, carded a one-under- par third round of 69 and holds a slender one-shot advantage over Kermit Zarley. Lee Trevino is poised among a trio one shot further back.
Suzanne Strudwick headed the British challenge after the second round of the Edina Realty Classic in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota, carding a four- under-par 68 to lie two shots behind the Swedish leader, Carin Koch. Strudwick, from Cheshire, was on the seven-under-par total of 137 and was the only British player in contention going into the final round. Edinburgh's Catriona Matthew missed the cut.
Retief Goosen, of South Africa, won the inaugural Slaley Hall Northumberland Challenge by two shots yesterday, but he was pushed all the …
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