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A three-man race has developed through six holes at the final round of the Adams Golf Pro tour Series DeTar/Victoria Chamber of Commerce Victoria Open at Victoria Country Club. third-round leader Jarod Turner and Second-round leader Edward Loar share the lead at the turn, while A.J. Elgert is three shots back. Turner went out in 2-under 34, while Loar made a move with five birdies and a bogey to go out in 4-under 32 . Both are at 8-under. Loar twice pulled in front with birdies at No. 7 and No. 9, but each time Turner, playing in the group behind Loar, answered with his approach shots. On No. 7 he put his approach to within 2 feet for his first birdie and at No. 9 he came in within 4 feet and made birdie. Elgert made the turn at 1-under 35 and is at 5 under for the tournament.

The tide has changed on the back side with Loar taking a two-shot lead through 12 holes. The big move came at the par-4 11th where Loar had a birdie 3 and Turner fought to save a bogey in a two-shot swing.

Loar drains his putt to go back to 2 up with Turner coming down the 14th fairway.

Loar just widen his lead some at the par-5 13th with a birdie afterjust missing a long eagle putt. Loar in now at 10 under for the tournament and 6 under on the day.

Turner asnwers big time on 13 canning a long eagle putt to pull back to within one of Loar. Loar is currently looking at a birdie putt at the par-4 14th.

Loar makes his putt and goes back up by two as Turner comes down the 14th fairway.

Turner leaves a 7-foot birdie putt hanging ont he lip at 14, as Loar misses a par putt on 15 and now holds a one shot lead with three to play.

Turner looking at about a 10-foot birdie putt at 15 for a share of the lead. Turner misses the putt and taps in his par to remain 1 back.

Loar 3-putts 16 and drops back into a tie with Turner.

Both players are tied coming down 18.

Loar chips up close for tap in par, while Turner waits in the fairway to hit his approach shot to the green.

Turner wins with a tap in birdie at 18.