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Osland, Kapchinsky With Eye On Title

Two Kelowna golfers will make their bid for a B.C. women’s amateur title while playing in the same group on Friday at the Kamloops Golf and Country Club.

Megan Osland is three strokes behind the leader, Taylor Kim of Surrey, going into the final round of the 72-hole provincial competition, while Madison Kapchinsky is another three strokes back.

Osland, after shooting a 69 on Wednesday to claim a share of the lead, settled for a 1-over 74 on Thursday and sits in a tie for third place at 214 with Aram Choi of Surrey.

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