JOHANNESBURG (AP) — Anthony Wall has a chance at his second European Tour title and first in 16 years when he heads into the final round of the Joburg Open as part of a three-way tie for the lead.
England's Wall and South Africans Zander Lombard and Haydn Porteous were on 15-under-par 200 on Saturday after three rounds at Royal Johannesburg and Kensington Golf Club.
Wall, trying to add to his Alfred Dunhill Championship victory in 2000, had four birdies in a 68. Lomard had one of the rounds of the day with his 65, while Porteous matched Wall's 68.
The trio leads by two from a group of four players: Overnight leader Ross McGowan, who slipped off the top with a 1-over 73, Jacques Blaauw, Paul Dunne, and American Daniel Im.
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