David Horsey from England has a two lead to take into the final round of the Made in Denmark tournament at Himmerland Golf & Spa Resort.
David carded -7 under 64 in his third round, as he goes in search of his second Made in Denmark title, with a -14 under par total, and a two shot advantage over the field starting on Sunday;
“It would be nice to add another Made In Denmark trophy to the cabinet so we’ll see what we can do.”
“Leading by two so I’ll just focus on myself and go out and play the same sort of golf as I have today.”
“It was good fun, the conditions were fairly benign so there was a score out there today.”
“I managed to give myself a few chances, missed a few short ones but holed a couple of twenty footers as well so it evened itself out.”
“I really like this golf course, something about it suits my eye so I come in here with good vibes again and the atmosphere coming up 16 is something else, it must be like walking out in a football stadium with 70,000 people cheering for you.”
“I actually said to my caddie, I think I was more nervous on that putt on 16 than I was to win the tournament two years ago!”
Julian Suri, USA, is in second place at -12 under par, he scored a third round -6 under par 65 to move up the leaderboard.
Sharing third place at -11 under par are Robert Rock, -5 under 66, today and Chris Paisley, -6 under 65, both players from England. They are joined by Grégory Havret, France, -6 under 65 and Major champion John Daly, USA, who also had -6 under 65.
John has a win this year, on the PGA Tour Champions at the Insperity Invitational;
“You don’t get too many opportunities like this.”
“The fans here, it’s a delight, clapping with rhythm like a song on every hole, it’s great.”
“Just to see all the young children out here that look like they’re into golf, it’s just really a great atmosphere.”