Lucas Glover still leads the Zurich Classic of New Orleans after the third round at TPC Louisiana, firing a -2 under par round for a -14 under par total. Lucas Glover / Graythen / Getty Images Lucas is in control of the Zurich Classic, taking a two shot lead into the final day, that is unless he gets a call from his expectant wife. Lucas has said he would immediately leave the event if his wife went into labor. Today Lucas survived the blustery conditions, and also extended his lead at the top. "Some windier conditions than expected, but started up one, now I'm up two, so can't be too upset. The good stuff is still there.It's always nice to close with a birdie, I would have liked to have had one better but that was a pretty average putt." Trailing by two shots are; Kyle Stanley, Jimmy Walker, Billy Horschel and D.A. Points are all tied for second place. Kyle said he did not encounter the windier conditions, due to an early tee time, more than two hours ahead of the tournament leaders; " Not much going on out there, not a lot of wind, so you could pretty much take dead aim and hit a lot of pins." Guan Tianlang, the young Chinese amateur player shot a 77 to drop to +2 over par, last among the 71 players who made the cut. He admitted it was not a very good round; "I didn't do pretty good, it was not a very good round." Boo Weekley, who just one shot behind Lucas at the start of play, finished four strokes adrift at the end of play. Boo said his game had been a little off today; "I was a little off, I had some good looks early in the round and just kind of got down on myself with the putter." Barring a call from the hospital, Lucas should be able to wrap up his first tournament win in two years tomorrow, good luck Lucas, with the trophy challenge and the baby challenge.