Bogota, Colombia (Sports Network) - Billy Horschel's round began with a
quadruple-bogey and didn't get much better.
As he fell out of the lead Saturday at the Colombia Championship in stunningly
quick fashion, Skip Kendall and Andrew Svoboda took advantage and grabbed
first place after three rounds.
Kendall fired a five-under 66 while Svoboda posted a 67, and they are tied for
the lead at 10-under-par 203.
Kirk Triplett carded a course-record 64 to move into third at nine-under 204.
Horschel had posted back-to-back 66s to take the lead at 10-under after
Friday's second round. However, he struggled to a five-over 76 on Saturday. He
shares 10th place with Brian Smock, who had been in second after Friday before
a third-round 74, and D.J. Brigman (70).
MORE TO FOLLOW.
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