Thomas Norret from Denmark goes into the final round of the Slovenian Open with a two-shot lead after a day of low scoring in Bled.
Norret carded a nine-birdie 67 for a 15-under-par 204 and is two clear of Grant Dodd of Australia, who returned a 66, and overnight leader, Welshman Bradley Dredge, who went round in 71.
But the star of the day was another Dane, Nils Rorbaek, who returned 64 for 207, 12 under, to take fourth place. Rorbaek also had nine birdies but, unlike his compatriot, he didn't drop a shot.
Norret, not a Challenge Tour regular, compiled his 67 in a remarkable spell. In 13 holes from the fifth he ran in his collection of birdies as well as three bogeys. In all he had only six pars, four at the start and one at the finish.
Dodd had two eagles and six birdies in his 66 but Dredge deviated from par only four times, collecting just three birdies.
Four players, Johan Skold and Raimo Sjoberg of Sweden, Dominique Nouailhac of France, and Irishman David Higgins, share fifth place on 11 under.