Scotland's Gary Orr is looking to make it a hat-trick of Scottish victories on the European Tour following Colin Montgomerie's win in the Standard Life Loch Lomond and of course Paul Lawrie's win in the Open Championship. He takes a two stroke lead into the final round after a flawless 65 at Hilversum on a day of low scoring where a number of players made their moves to the top.
Two Dutch players have thrilled the large galleries with some sparkling play.
Rolf Muntz made a two-putt birdie on the 18th to finish the day on 10 under after a round of 66, which in contrast to his up and down day yesterday contained only one bogey.
This year's Tusker Kenya Open Champion Maarten Lafeber shot a 64 for an eight under par aggregate and held the Clubhouse lead for over two hours. He said "I have learnt a lot playing on both the Challenge Tour and European Tour, and hope to secure my place on the main Tour in the next few weeks".
Three players will start tomorrow at nine under par, three strokes behind Orr, a Britsh trio of Darren Clarke, Roger Chapman and Jonathan Lomas.