Kwon in control

Former junior national title winner looks to add second title to resume, leads by three heading into final round

Swan-E-Set’s Kevin Kwon continues to lead at the Canadian Junior Boys Championship being played at the Timberwolf Golf Club in Sudbury, Ont.

Kwon fired a three-under 69 in the third round Thursday and holds a three stroke lead over Andrew Harrison of Camrose, Alta.

Kwon opened the tournament with a sizzling eight-under 64, only to struggle to a two-over 74 in round two.

Kwon was sitting at 11 under as he came to the last three holes, but stumbled with back-to-back bogeys on the par 4 No. 16 and 17.

Kwon is looking for his second national Junior title, after winning by 11 strokes in 2011. played in Surrey.

Kwon will tee up for the University of Washington in the fall.

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