South Korea’s An and Choi share lead at CP Women’s Open as Brooke Henderson drops even lower in standings

South Koreans Hye-Jin Choi and Narin An are joint leaders after three rounds at the CP Women’s Open.

An, the tournament’s second-round leader, shot a 3-under 68 on Saturday to stay atop the standings.

Choi shot a 5-under 66 to tie with An at 16-under overall.

South Africa’s Paula Reto (67), the first-round leader after setting a course record at the Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club on Thursday, was in second place.

Maggie Szeryk (69) of London, Ont., was the least Canadian, tied for 11th at 9 under.

WATCH | Szeryk dominates Canadian competitors:

Canadian Maddie Szeryk tied for 11th at CP Women’s Open

Szeryk had 18 birdies at the Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club on Saturday and is 7 strokes down going into the final round.

Brooke Henderson of Smiths Falls, Ont., shot a 2 of 73 to drop the standings.

The Smiths Falls, Ont., native was followed around the Ottawa Golf and Hunting Club by hundreds of fans.

She started the day tied for 32nd, but now sits 3 under, tied for 60th.

WATCH | Henderson starts the weekend in Ottawa under 5:


2nd round game gives Brooke Henderson a chance ahead of weekend at CP Women’s Open

Brooke Henderson, of Smiths Falls, Ont., carded 3-under 68 to sit at 5-under going into the weekend at the CP Women’s Open in Ottawa.

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