A fine finish from Bradley Dredge at the end of an engrossing second round at the Made in Denmark, means the Welshman will take a four shot lead into moving day. As ever, you can get some more insight from Friday's round in our 'Day in Numbers'...
8 – under par for Bradley Dredge leads the way heading into the weekend in Denmark
4 – birdies in his last six holes helped Dredge to a second round 68
2 – wins on the European Tour for the Welshman, at the Madeira Island Open & Omega European Masters
1 – shot was all it took from Estanislao Goya at the par three 10th – hole in one time!
4 – under for the par 3s for Thorbjørn Olesen this week – not bad sir
65 – for Oliver Fisher, low round of the week for the Englishman on Friday
4 – straight birdies for Kristoffer Broberg today, who shot up the leaderboard thanks to a second round 67
6 – was the hardest hole today, the par four seeing just six birdies and averaging 4.42
2003 – the year when Denmark last hosted a European Tour event, the winner of that tournament, the Nordic Open, a certain young man called Poulter
364 – yard monster drive from Nicolas Colsaerts at the 14th today
6 – scrambles out of seven from Simon Wakefield in his 67
14 – greens in regulation from Emiliano Grillo today on his way to a 69
18,600 – fans turned out today for another fine day’s golf in Denmark