Even with a bogey six on his card Sweden's Martin Erlandsson equalled the Kennemer course record with a seven under par 63 on the final day of the KLM Open in The Netherlands.
Erlandsson bogeyed the long seventh, but had eagled the 363 yard sixth and then came home in 29 to match the mark set by Marcus Higley on Friday and matched first by Alejandro Cañizares and then by Sam Little.
Erlandsson signed for a seven under aggregate, but that was still seven behind his compatriot Peter Hedblom, who led by two overnight from Ireland's Peter Lawrie and by three from defending champion Darren Clarke.
They were all yet to tee off but on the course Spain’s Ignacio Garrido picked up three shots in his first six holes to go nine under, and Wales’ Bradley Dredge joined him with a birdie at the second.
Australian Terry Pilkadaris then birdied the first three holes to go to 13 under, one ahead of Lawrie and Clarke, who also gained a shot.
Leader Hedblom was still 14 under after parring the first.