Moving day lived up to its name on Saturday, as the Royal Beach Victoria Open presented by Times Colonist concluded round three at a soggy Uplands Golf Club in British Columbia.
When it all shook out, Scott Stevens of Birmingham, Alabama and Cooper Dossey from McKinney, Texas sat tied atop the leaderboard at -13.
For his part Stevens, a former University of South Carolina Gamecock, rode a round of 65 for his spot tied at the top. Dossey was one of two players who shot 64 Saturday, leaving both golfers three strokes clear of their nearest competition.
After the pair of co-leaders, there are five golfers tied for third at -10, including Canadians Joey Savoie of Montreal and Chris Crisologo from Vancouver. Crisologo, a graduate of Simon Frasier, was the other golfer to fire a 64 on Saturday.
Crisologo will tee off at 1:05 pm Pacific on Sunday, paired in the penultimate twosome with American Davis Shore.
Michael Blair of Ancaster, Ontario remains in the hunt after completing his third round of the week in the 60s, tied for 8th at -9.
Co-leaders Stevens and Dossey will be the final pairing, scheduled to go off ten minutes after Crisologo and Shore.
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