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Horsey leads, Daly rolls behind a years

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Englishman David Horsey will take a two-shot lead into a final turn of a Made in Denmark, while John Daly finds himself in contention.



Horsey is looking to secure a second win in a event, following his lass feat dual years ago.

While Friday’s second turn saw a players have to contend with clever winds, Saturday’s third turn during Himmerland Golf Spa Resort was once again a low-scoring affair.

While a 86-yard par-3 16th once again drew a outrageous throng and a series of birdies, players were creation gains all over a course.

Horsey’s seven-under-par 64 was a best of a day, and saw him acquire a two-stroke lead with a 14-under-par total.

The 32-year-old did not dump a singular shot in his round, adding birdies during a fourth, eighth, ninth, 10th, 13th, 15th and 17th for a rarely prolific day during a office.

“I unequivocally like this golf course,” pronounced Horsey. “Something about it suits my eye so we come in here with good vibes again and a atmosphere entrance adult 16 is something else, it contingency be like walking out in a football track with 70,000 people entertaining for you. we indeed pronounced to my caddie, we consider we was some-more shaken on that putt on 16 than we was to win a contest dual years ago!

“Leading by dual so I’ll usually concentration on myself and go out and play a same arrange of golf as we have today.

“It would be good to supplement another Made In Denmark prize to a cupboard so we’ll see what we can do.”

Horsey leads American Julian Suri by one, though it was another American grabbing a headlines as two-time vital champion John Daly rolled behind a years with a glorious 65.

Daly lies on 11 underneath standard in a tie for third with English twin Robert Rock and Chris Paisley, and Frenchman Gregory Havret.

He done birdies on a third, fourth, sixth, eighth, 13th, 15th and 17th, with his usually forsaken shot entrance during a 16th.

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