Norfolk's Luke Kluver alone in second place after third day of Canadian Men's Amateur Championship

Norfolk’s Luke Kluver stands alone in second place amongst 76 remaining golfers going into the final day on Thursday of the 115th Canadian Men’s Amateur Championship in Nova Scotia at Glen Arbour Golf Course. 

Kluver, who is at (-3) 209, shot a 67 on Wednesday after carding a 72 on Tuesday and a 70 on Monday.  William Buhl of Norway has a five stroke lead at -8 (204) after carding a 67 today.  He shot a 69 on the first day and a 68 yesterday. 

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