Kristoffer Broberg of Sweden shoots -11 under par 61 in the third round of the Dutch Open to lead the tournament by eight shots, at Bernardus Golf Club in The Netherlands.
Kris has extended his lead in the Dutch Open to eight shots after his sensational third round of -11 under par, which included a bogey, his tournament score is now -23 under for 54 holes, a new lowest 54 hole score record, courtesy of a smoking hot putter;
“It was a great day. I played solid in the beginning, then I was struggling a little bit from seven to ten, but it was pretty good in the end and the putter is just smoking hot.”
“It is just rolling purely, and I see every single line, so golf is easy when it is like that.”
“I have been struggling all year with my game and my putting, you know I was looking at the stats and I was working hard on the putting.”
“I saw an optician in Sweden and put a contact lens in the right eye so that was key, and now I can see the lines but in the beginning I played some really good golf.”
“Key shots into one, two, three and a really good shot on four.”
“I wasn’t thinking about 59 because I don’t like that tee shot and I’ve had a problem all year with my set up, I don’t feel a lot of confidence over the ball with the driver or the woods, so I just aimed left.”
“I am just going to take one shot at a time and I’ll watch the leaderboard to see what the guys do but just play my own game. Keep it simple.”
In second place is Marcus Helligkilde of Denmark, a third round -4 under par 68 giving him a total of -15 under par.
Three players are then tied in third spot at -14 under, Richard Mansell, England, -5 under 67 today, Matthias Schmid, Germany, -7 under 65, and Alejandro Cañizares of Spain with -5 under 67.
Only question here is, who will finish second.