Golfer Theo Humphrey lines up a shot at The Windsor Championship, Ambassador Golf Club, Windsor, July 6, 2018. Photo courtesy The Windsor Championship/Twitter.

Two Lead After Three Rounds At The Windsor Championship

Two golfers share the lead after the third round of play at the inaugural Windsor Championship.

Canadian Taylor Pendrith and American Mark Anguiano are tied for the lead after Saturday’s round at the PGA Canada Mackenzie Tour event, played for the first time at Ambassador Golf Club.

Anguiano shot a five-under-par 66 Saturday to move into a tie atop the leaderboard with Canadian Taylor Pendrith, with an overall score of 18-under-par.

The Californian Anguiano, 25, sank seven birdies during the third round.

Pendrith, who co-led the tournament after the first round Thursday, eagled the 13th hole and had five birdies Saturday. The 27-year-old native of Richmond Hill, Ont. bounced back from a two-bogey performance Friday.

Just behind the leaders is Canadian Michael Giglic, 28 of Burlington, Ont. He sits in third place, just one stroke behind the leaders at 17-under. Americans Zach Foushee and Joseph Harrison tie for fourth-place at 16-under-par each.

Zach Wright had the best score of the third round. The 24-year-old from Phoenix shot a nine-under-par 62, good for 15-under overall after Saturday. He shares sixth place with American Theo Humphrey.

The fourth and final round begins Sunday with the opening tee time scheduled for 8am.